The Quiroga Quartet has established itself as one of the most dynamic and unique quartets of its generation. Winners of the 2018 National Music Award, RNE's Ull Crític Award and winners of major international quartet competitions, in 2013 the Quiroga Quartet became the first ensemble in residence at the Royal Palace of Madrid.
It is currently the resident ensemble at the Cerralbo Museum in Madrid and regular in the most prestigious rooms on the international scene, such as the Pierre Boulez Saal, the Konzerthaus and the Philharmonie in Berlin; the Wigmore Hall in London; the Lincoln Center in New York; DaCamera in Los Angeles; the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC; the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam; the National l'Auditori in Madrid, and the Mozarteum in Salzburg, among others.
They have performed with the likes of Martha Argerich, Veronika Hagen, Jörg Widmann, Javier Perianes, Valentin Erben, Richard Lester, David Kadouch, Jonathan Brown, Cappella Amsterdam and the string quartets Doric, Meta4, Ardeo and Galatea.
The Quartet regularly collaborates with contemporary composers. They have premiered works by Peter Eötvös, Cristóbal Halffter, José María Sánchez-Verdú, Antón García-Abril, Jesús Villa Rojo, Marisa Manchado, Narine Khachatryan, Cecilia Díaz and György Kurtág. Works by Jonathan Dove, Jörg Widmann and José Luis Turina will soon be released.
Since 2012, the Quiroga Quartet has been recording exclusively with Cobra Records. In 2021 they presented their last album, Und Es Ward Licht. Haydn & Mozart: The birth of a new era , in C Major , recorded together with Veronika Hagen.
Formed in 2003, they studied at the Reina Sofía School of Music in Madrid, the Musikakademie in Basel and the European Academy of Chamber Music. They are professors at the Zaragoza Conservatory of Music, the Universität Mozarteum Salzburg, Musikene and the Royal Conservatory of Music in Madrid and are regularly invited to give master classes at universities and music conservatories throughout Europe, the United States and the 'Latin America.