Ruben Agaronyan, violin
Sergey Lomovsky, violin
Igor Naidin, viola
Vladimir Balshin, cello
Tchaikovsky. Quartet #1 in D major
Schubert. Quartettsatz in C minor
Borodin. Quartet #2 in D major
The Borodin Quartet is a unique phenomenon in the history of music. Thanks to the unprecedented longevity on stage, the Borodin quartet, founded in 1945, entered the Russian Guinness Book as one of the oldest continuously performing Chamber ensembles in the world.