Founded in 2012, the Capriccio Quartet was awarded the following year at the prestigious Bordeaux International Quartet competition and won a 1st prize at the Illzach international Chamber Music Competition.
Composed of Cécile Agator and Fermin Ciriaco violins, both Soloists at the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio-France, Flore-Anne Brosseau viola and Samuel Etienne cello, members of Orchestre de Paris and Ensemble Les Dissonances, they have been invited to perform at the Philharmonie de Paris, Radio France, Cité de la Musique in Paris and have regularly been invited to numerous festivals ( Quatuor à cordes du Luberon, Flaneries de Reims, Heures musicales du Haut-Anjou, Festival BWD12, Fêtes Musicales de Corbigny, Concerts de midi à Rennes). They performed with Nicolas Dautricourt, Gérard Caussé, Karine Deshayes, Miguel Da Silva, Yan Levionnois.
Capriccio Quartet founded in 2015 the festival « Capriccio en Maine » where they aim to develop bridges between many art forms by mixing them around a common theme and thus share their artistic enthusiasm with a broad audience.
In 2019, they have recorded their first CD « Capriccio » noted five stars by BBC magazine.