Founded at the Schulich School of Music, the Stelios Quartet is a rising string quartet made up of four distinct musicians who create an intimate blend in sound.
Graduates at McGill’s Schulich School of Music, the Stelios work closely with professor André Roy to develop their own musical voice.
Members of the Stelios Quartet have performed with esteemed artists such as Camden Shaw, Jaime Laredo, Jennifer Koh, Sharon Robinson, Todd Philips, Alexander Kerr, Jinjoo cho, Charles-Richard Hamelin, Andrew Wan, and Jonathan Crow; and have won prizes at the Fischoff Chamber Music Competition and the Coltman Chamber Competition.
As individual chamber musicians, members have made appearances at the McGill International String Quartet Academy, Aspen Music Festival and School, Heifetz International Music Institute, Toronto Summer Music, Sarasota Music Festival and the Encore Chamber Music festival, and have worked with the Alban Berg Quartett, Borromeo Quartet, Dover Quartet, Miami Quartet, Miro Quartet, Signum Quartet, Tokyo Quartet, and Quatuor Ysaÿe. Recently, the Stelios Quartet were invited to participate in the Calidore String Quartet Seminar at the University of Delaware.