Founded in early 2019, the Modulor Quartet has taken part in the St. Galler Festspiele, the Swiss Chamber Music Festival Adelboden, the Lions Club Lörrach, and the quatres saisons festival Lausanne. The young quartet is currently studying with Rainer Schmidt and Anna Gebert at the Basel Academy of Music and has had the opportunity to work with renowned and inspiring musicians such as Eberhard Feltz, Thomas Grossenbacher, Matthias Enderle and Wendy Enderle (Carmina Quartet).
In addition to classical repertoire, the Modulor Quartet is dedicated to contemporary music and interdisciplinary projects with dance and architecture. The quartet's name pays respect to Swiss architect Le Corbusier's theory of architectural proportion – the Golden Ratio.
In October 2021 the Modulor Quartet was invited to the International Bartok Competition in Budapest. Shortly after, it was awarded a second prize at the Orpheus Chamber Music Competition in Fribourg as well as the first prize at the Kiwanis Competition for Chamber Music in Zürich in April 2022. The musicians are looking forward very much to upcoming performances as quartet-in-residence at Christoph Homberger's Music Salon.