Mozart Piano Quartet
The Mozart Piano Quartet was founded in 2000 by four internationally recognized soloists: the violinist Mark Gothoni, the violist Hartmut Rohde, the cellist Peter Hoerr, and the pianist Paul Rivinius. They are prizewinners of numerous international competitions and teach as professors at renowned universities. The Mozart Piano Quartet is one of the world’s leading piano quartets.
The quartet’s rich and especially diverse repertoire comprises the great standard works, but also undiscovered treasures of music history, which the ensemble promotes passionately – for example the quartets by Mel Bonis and Hendrik Georg Witte and the rediscovery of the quartet version of Beethoven’s Eroica. The ensemble is regularly invited to numerous festivals and concerts around the world. The four musicians enthusiastically foster younger musicians, play special concerts in schools, and give master classes at the most important universities.