Quartet Pro Musica
The quartet’s original players, all former students at the Royal Academy of Music, were Patrick, his brother, Peter Halling, Roger Raphael & Peter Sermon. Michael Tippett, amongst others, coached the quartet in these early days. In 1957-8, a change of personnel resulted in Ernest Scott and Gwynne Edwards joining the quartet. This was a formidable line-up of chamber music talent. Over the ensuing years Pro Musica were involved in many highly acclaimed recordings for the BBC, whilst also touring extensively around the country.
Along the way there have been other changes. The current players, the ever-present Patrick Halling, Keith Lewis, Richard Cookson and Myrtle Bruce-Mitford, continue to play a wide repertoire.
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