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"Life without music is only error, exhaustion, exile." (Nietzsche)
Trio Stimmung
"Play contemporary works like classics, and classics like contemporary works." (Alban Berg)
Quatuor Parisii

« On ne vend pas la musique. On la partage. »

Leonard Bernstein

« Beauty will save the world. » (Dostoïevski)
Duo Violaine Cochard & Ariane Lallemand
"Je cherche les notes qui s’aiment." (W.A. Mozart)
Julien Gernay

Artists at heart

Born from beautiful encounters with prestigious musicians of international renown, the Quartem agency promotes its artists in France and abroad, drawing inspiration from their individual trajectories while respecting their musical and human values.

The artists’ insatiable curiosity, their thirst for discovery, generosity, appetite for sharing with the public, and integrity, are the driving force of the Quartem agency, who assists them daily in the realization of their projects.

The art of sharing

Listening above all to the musicians it accompanies, the Quartem agency endeavours to provide concert promoters with custom solutions, taking into account administrative and financial aspects as well as their repertoire expectations, drawing upon the breadth of the artists' repertoire.

In a constructive spirit of dialog and exchange, the Quartem agency develops and fosters a relationship of trust, concentrating on supplying artists and promoters with answers closest to their needs, conceiving with them, hand in hand, suitable proposals.

Excellence and trust are the pillars of the Quartem agency, whose ambition is to contribute to creating moments of beautiful emotion shared between the musicians and the audience.


Duo Cochard Lallemand © Karine Le Ouay Péron

Cello and cembalo duet formed by Violaine Cochard and Ariane Lallemand performs on March, 24th and 25th, 2018 in Château de Crémault, Bonneuil Matours, for two concerts : an Italian concert, followed by a concert dedicated to French repertoire and  famous sonatas for viola da gamba by Bach. 

Concert Le Mans C Coin Yoko Kaneko

Christophe Coin performs in trio alongside Yoko Kaneko, pianoforte and Maria Tecla Andreotti, flute,  before a Japan tour, in works by Schubert, Hummel and Weber, illustrating Vienna and the Biedermeier era, on a beautiful pianoforte manufactured in this city in 1815.