“Weithaas plays with vigour and power, als well as a willingness to stop and smell the flowers along the way. Her playing is lush and sweet-toned.”

Antje Weithaas

 

"Giving one another enough artistic freedom, which allows for the taking of musical risks, they had the audience at the edge of their seats right from the start."

Farkas Quintet

 

“... Lovely sound, beautifully played. There is a lot of definition and finesse to it. Very expressive in the lyrical moments”

Ciconia Consort

 

“Very reflective and poetic performances which dig deep into the soul both of Chopin and Schubert.”

Camiel Boomsma

 

"Style, interaction, an approach suffused with a sense of humanity: Quatuor Tchalik's performances bear the signature of one of the great French quartets of the new generation!"

Quatuor Tchalik

 

"Any more compellingly idiomatic or richly seasoned cello playing than this would be hard to contemplate" - International Record Review

Raphael Wallfisch

 

" ...The young Italian conductor, Gioele Muglialdo, was precise to the second, the millimeter! Such perfection would deserve the creation of a special award, the "Honorary Metropolis"

Gioele Muglialdo

 

“Keigo Mukawa, a whirlwind of hallucinatory poetry”

Keigo Mukawa

 

“in Dvorak’s G major Quartet, Opus 106……It was a joy to witness the visual communication the quartet displayed with each other……if I had to single out one movement for praise, it would be the slow Adagio, in which the quartet’s glowing tone filled the entire gallery. The exciting finale was delivered with great panache. What a great start to the season.”

Piatti Quartet

 

"A very vivid, distinctive and already legendary pianist"

Nick van Bloss

 

"A splendid performance guaranteed with the Berlinskaya-Ancelle duo which, by the virtue of their unified playing, is reflected by an irresistible interpretation marked by a wonderful sense of freshness and relief."

Berlinskaya - Ancelle duo

 

“These four musicians form a brilliant unit. They work together like a well-oiled machine, making music with a single, big beating heart.”

Weinberg Quartet

 

from the press 

"We musiciaMorgenstern in Barchemns sell in fact emotions. Therefore it is vital to know exactly what we are doing and to what end" (Isabelle van Keulen). In his inspiring masterclasses Henk Guittart showed the young Gerhard Quartet how to implement this. For example by having second violin and cello change places so that counterparts are strengthened. An exploration resulting in well-finished, confident performances of Webern's Langsamer Satz, a tasteful Haydn Quartet and Ravel's famous string quartet.

PROJECTS

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Amelio Trio on tour in the Netherlands and Belgium
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The Duplex Coupler Grand Piano Project
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Chamber Soloists of Detroit & Olivier Patey

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