Coull Quartet

Coull Quartet
String Quartet
Active 1974 — present day
Members
First violin Roger Coull
Second violin Philip Gallaway
Viola Rose Redgrave
previously Gustav Clarkson until 2009
  David Curtis until 2004
Cello Nicholas Roberts
previously John Todd until 2000
  Martin Thomas until 1985

The Coull Quartet is an English string quartet that was founded at the Royal Academy of Music, London in 1974.

The Coull Quartet premiered some of the later string quartets by the composer Robert Simpson, who before his retirement and emigration to the Irish Republic lived close to the University of Warwick where the Coull Quartet have been quartet-in-residence since 1977. They also gave the modern premiere of Anton Reicha's String Quartet in G Major, Opus 48 No.2 (1802) at the 2003 Cambridge Music Festival.

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