Following their 2016 international debut, Tribeca Ensemble has firmly cemented itself as Utah‰Ûªs premier young musician chamber music group. Studying under artists such as Valentin Erben (Alban Berg Quartet) Alexander Pavlovsky (Jerusalem Quartet), Orfeo Mandozzi (Vienna Brahms Trio) as well as the, Quiroga and Emerson String Quartets, Tribeca Ensemble has toured the U.S. and Europe, performing in venues such as the Hermitage Museum and Kasteel Amerongen to high acclaim.
As a versatile chamber music ensemble, Tribeca Ensemble enjoys an ability to perform a large portion of the repertoire in the realms of both standard masterworks as well as contemporary music. Essentially rostered as a string sextet, The Ensemble regularly performs string quartets, trios, sextets, as well as piano trios, quartets and sonatas, providing a unique and innovative approach to concert programming.
Tribeca Ensemble has been featured by The Salt Lake Tribune, Classical 89‰Ûªs ‰ÛÏHighway 89‰Û� radio broadcast, Salt Lake Chamber Music Society, University of Nebraska - Lincoln, Arizona‰Ûªs Red Rock‰Ûªs Chamber Music Festival and Zeister Muziekdagen in The Netherlands
Consecutively awarded "Best String Quartet" for 2016 and 2017 by Gigmasters, Tribeca Ensemble has established itself as Utah's premier chamber music ensemble. As internationally booked performers, members of The Ensemble has given concerts in the Netherlands, UK, Italy, Germany, Austria, Africa and Central America. Specializing in event entertainment for weddings, social events, and corporate events, Tribeca Ensemble has provided world class entertainment around the globe to multiple Fortune 500 companies and are frequently in demand at the most prestigious black-tie events around the Wasatch Front. Furthermore, with the largest music library for string quartet, trio and duo within 600 miles of Salt Lake City, Tribeca Ensemble is frequently booked for both rock and pop based events as well as traditional events of a classical nature.
Booking InfoJesse Massey
Phone: (801) 244-4517