Recorded at the Salzburg Mozart Week 2000, Mozart's "Stadler Quintet" is played by the Hagen Quartet and the phenomenal clarinetist Sabine Meyer. She "enhances the dazzling splendor of the quartet with a warm and graciously noble voice", rhapsodized one Austrian daily. The Hagen Quartet, consisting of the siblings Lukas, Veronika and Clemens Hagen along with the violinist Rainer Schmidt, attracted great attention and scored impressive successes while its members were still students at the Salzburg Mozarteum. Their international career began with their appearance at the Lockenhaus Chamber Music Festival in 1981. The quartet is now internationally known for its inspired performances, especially of works by Mozart.