"... a display of sheer artistry of a kind that must surely earn Ms Gulyak a place among the world’s great concert pianists. This was a recital of the very highest class."

Sofya Gulyak

 

“From the very first notes of the Gershwin Concerto Pascal Rogé was totally, physically absorbed in the music … he remained poised over the flurry of fingers and ivories like an adrenalized cat studying a fishbowl, mapping strategy”

Pascal Rogé

 

"A young and brilliant pianist with an impeccable technical reliability and a reading charged with the most deeply rooted musical tradition. It is not only technique, but rather judgment, and a tempo that doesn't seek the brightness of velocity, but the tranquillity of profoundness".

Ishay Shaer

 

“Sivan Silver and Gil Garburg's playing was close to perfection: beautifully toned, expressive and transparent, with the utmost care for details and yet with structure and great momentum. Not less exciting was the encore which yet again demonstrated their world class.”

Sivan Silver & Gil Garburg

 

“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

 

"It is absolutely evident just how much joy these musicians of 4.1 experience when they perform. The ensemble 4.1 not only plays in total harmony together, but their dedication to the music and the performance is shining through every note."

Ensemble 4.1

 

"The finest Brahms playing one could hope to hear" - "These four instruments are like a breath of fresh air on the chamber music scene.

Leipziger Streichquartett

 

“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

 

"The sound quality of this disc is simply stunning: crisp, clear, almost razor-sharp in its realistic presentation of the string sound, and the equally crisp playing of Quartetto di Venezia makes it a pleasure to hear."

Quartetto di Venezia

 

"The Martha Müller Concert Hall in state of emergency: with the American violinist and composer Mark O’Connor, Camerata Bern celebrated a dazzling closing of its 49th season...Camerata-concertmistress Antje Weithaas has sat down with the cellist and seems to wonder, when the last time was that Bern had applauded four encores."

Camerata Bern

 

"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.”

Rusquartet

 

"What a wealth of colours this orchestra produces when led by a masterful conductor!” (Het Gelders Orkest)

Ed Spanjaard

 

Release new CD Sofya Gulyak!

The works on this disc span the whole life of the composer. The Handel Variations brim with energy, pianistic brilliance and youthful pathos, the Two Rhapsodies Op. 79 are serious and dramatic while the Fantasien Op.116 breath the air of melancholy, the reminiscences of old age and sorrowful resignation.

Brahms: Handel Variations, Rhapsodies, Fantasien

Sofya Gulyak - CD Brahms

Brahms: Rhapsody in G minor, Op. 79 No. 2

Brahms: Intermezzo in E major, Op. 116 nr. 6

World premiere string quartet Willem Wander van Nieuwkerk by the Škampa Quartet

MoravianSouls WWvNDutch composer Willem Wander van Nieuwkerk will have his first string quartet 'Moravian Souls' performed for the very first time on Tuesday March 17th 2015 in the Broederkerk in Zeist by the Škampa Quartet for which it was especially written.

 

Amsterdam Chamber Soloists to be 'Ensemble in Residence' at Cultuurkoepel Heiloo

Amsterdam Chamber Soloists

For the next two years the Amsterdam Chamber Soloists will be 'Ensemble in Residence' at the Cultuurkoepel in Heiloo, a spectacular and impressive room, formerly the St. Willibrordus Chapel which was recently turned into a concert hall. A new cultural hotspot in the Netherlands!

 

New to Squire Artists: Amsterdam Chamber Soloists

Amsterdam Chamber Soloists

The Amsterdam Chamber Soloists first came to public attention in 2010 at the 'Vriendenkrans' competition run by the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. In their many performances since then they have earned a reputation for adventurous programming and fiery interpretations.

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Violin

Cello

Piano Trio

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Piano Quartet

String Quartet

Piano & Winds

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Chamber Orchestra

Conductor

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