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Flattering review in the Rhein Neckar Zeitung

The exquisite and harmonious “Meccores” and their soon-to-be-released complete recording of Tchaikovsky’s quartets, should be considered a whole new reference point. At least, the D major op. 11 of the Russian master, notoriously underrated in chamber music, can hardly ever be heard in such a beautiful interpretation […]. Above all, the heart-melting Andante and the irresistibly brilliant and unleashed final movement were especially impressive. Tchaikovsky can and must sound so classy, kitsch-free and unsentimental as in Meccore String Quartet’s performance.
— Klaus Roß, Rhein Neckar Zeitung, November 2018
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100th anniversary of regaining independence

Meccore String Quartet was honoured to feature in concerts celebrating the 100th anniversary of Poland regaining its independence, which took place in Bozar Brussels and Elbphilharmonie Hamburg as a result of collaboration with Polish Institute Brussels and RADIO NDR Kultur.

The excellent Warsaw-based Meccore String Quartet
— Lutz Lesle, Die Welt, November 2018

Season 2018/19

We are pleased to announce that with the start of our new season, the founder of the Meccore String Quartet Aleksandra Bryla, is returning to the ensemble after her maternity leave. We would also like to welcome a new member to the quartet, an outstanding polish cellist, Tomasz Daroch.


The latest and very well received album with String Quartets by Edvard Grieg released by MDG is nominated to the Fryderyk 2018 prize granted by the  Polish Society of the Phonographic Industry.