- Tully Potter
English string quartet. It was founded in 1972 by Michael Thomas, Ian Belton, A. Robertson and Jacqueline Thomas, who at the time were aged 11 to 13 and at school in north-east England. They studied at the RNCM in Manchester and named their ensemble after Adolph Brodsky. Their teachers included the cellist Terence Weil, members of the Vermeer and Amadeus Quartets, Zoltan Székely and Andras Mihály. The group won prizes at the Portsmouth competition in ...