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Auryn Quartet (String Quartet)

The Auryn Quartet was a German string quartet. Founded in 1981, the members were Andreas Arndt (cello), Stewart Eaton (viola), Matthias Lingenfelder and Jens Oppermann (*1960), both violin.

After winning several early awards - including the London International Competition (1982), the ARD International Music Competition (1982), and the main prize at the European Broadcasting Competition in Bratislava (1989) - they had the opportunity to treat the classic repertoire in particular depth thanks to the ongoing interactions between the original personnel.

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