Mozart as Mozart
Here was music, and playing, magical enough to charm the birds
out of the trees. The sound of the sextet as a whole was an absolute
delight, producing a pacifying, buttery mellowness which was employed
with an insinuating persuasiveness.
-The Sydney Morning Herald
Queens Hall, Edinburgh
Don’t be fooled by the name! Nachtmusique work just as well
in the morning as they undoubtedly do at night. They played with
impeccable style, precision, wit and a sense of fun. That they
feel unwavering passion for their odd-looking instruments was
clear from spoken introductions, as well as their lyrical, but
more serious, account of Mozart’s Serenade K375.
-The Scotsman, Edinburgh
This was music-making on a level that is rarely heard! One experienced
a sound of brilliant intensity and absolute technical mastery.
The highpoint came with the Beethoven sextet: music with the most
perfect expression. The concert was a great success, and confirmed
the ensemble’s international reputation.
-Gazzetta del Sud, Messina