Based in Bloomington, Indiana, the Sileo Quartet is an emerging young group of classically trained musicians. They are dedicated to achieving a high level of traditional string quartet playing, but also make it a goal to collaborate frequently with artists in other fields. They aim to expand their own horizons as well as find places for their classical training within larger artistic contexts. Sileo currently studies under the Pacifica Quartet at the Jacobs School of Music, and they look forward to engaging with vibrant communities in Bloomington and beyond.
Karol Szymanowski's String Quartet No. 2, II. Vivace, scherzando. Performed at the fall 2019 recital "Intimate Soundscapes of Poland" in the Jacobs School of Music's Auer Hall.
Franz Joseph Haydn's String Quartet in C Major, Op. 20 No. 2, II. Capriccio: Adagio - Cantabile. Performed on at the Sileo Quartet's 2019 winter recital in the Jacobs School of Music's Auer Hall.