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"Quartet Davis thinks about music in the most inclusive way. 

With them, music forms continuously across genres."

 - Kinan Azmeh, Acclaimed clarinetist, composer


Quartet Davis is a string quartet that plays and sings in multiple non-classical styles. Through their musical upbringings in fiddle traditions and blues-based musics, Quartet Davis blends original compositions, compelling arrangements, and vocal harmonies, bringing a fresh spirit of creativity to chamber music. Improvisation is central to their creative process, informing solos, freely improvised pieces, and spontaneous discovery within performance. They have had the honor of performing with Fabian Almazan, Alex Hargreaves, Cedric Easton, Billy Childs, and Christian Howes. 

Quartet Davis has been featured at the Sioux River Folk Festival in Canton, South Dakota and the Lea Mattson Collective Festival in Boulder, CO. They have also performed at Club Passim, Port City Blue, and Culture Lab LIC, in addition to numerous bars, schools, and museums.​ Their album, Three Lefts Make a Right was released fall of 2020.




“Quartet Davis thinks about music in the most inclusive way. With them, music forms continuously across genres.”

-Kinan Azmeh, Acclaimed clarinetist, composer

"It is refreshing to hear a string quartet that can improvise over sophisticated harmony and elaborate song forms with ease... Quartet Davis is one to watch."


-Jamey Haddad, renowned international percussionist & drummer for Paul Simon

" of the most remarkable young groups I have ever heard. With a voice that is deeply personal and thrilling instrumental virtuosity, they instill every harmony they touch with an emotional immediacy that one rarely hears. As we listen, Quartet Davis gives us all that we hope great artistry will: tears, laughter, and chills."


-Gwen Krosnick, cellist, chamber musician, Kneisel Hall faculty

"Quartet Davis performed a concert at Apple Hill that was engaging, creative, cutting edge, and a highlight for our enthusiastic audience."


-Lenny Matczynski, teacher, director of Apple Hill Center for Chamber Music 


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