NEMETH QUARTET

Nemeth Quartet was established in 1995 and named after their first instrument professors, Hungarian musicians Istvan Nemeth (violin) and Katalin Nemeth (cello) who both died in a deplorable car crash in 1995. Nemeth Quartet are Gülen Ege Serter (violin), Şeniz Aybulus (violin), Elena Nayman Ünaldı (viola) and Mutlu Varlık Kocaili (cello). Gulen Ege Serter and Şeniz Aybulus work at Anadolu University State Conservatory, Elena Nayman Ünaldı and Mutlu Varlık Kocaili work at Uludag University, all serving as members of faculty at the Department of String Instruments. Nemeth Quartet participated in “Young Talents Chamber Music Festival - 1998” in Izmir, Turkey and “International Japanese Youth Festival - 2000” in Shizouka, Japan. They were the one and only group elected from Turkey among the applicants, which have performed three concerts in this festival. They also participated in the “International Arts Festival” organized by Tunisian Ministry of Cultural Affairs. In 2014 they won the 2nd prize at the “eMuse International Music Competition” organized in Greece. Nemeth Quartet performed in many countries including Germany, Bosnia Herzegovina, Russia, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus and continue to perform at prestigious concert halls in Turkey and abroad.