• Marc Coppey

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    Marc Coppey

    Artistic Director of the Colmar Chamber Music Festival

    "Coppey was able to draw an extremely wide palette of colors from his lovely Gofriller cello. . . his bow arm produced an impressive array of articulations and..."The Washington Post

  • Isang Enders

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    Isang Enders

    "…Isang Enders is a well-reflected and highly intelligent young man and wonderful musician – Bach himself would have appreciated him. "Radio Bremen

  • David Geringas

    David Geringas

  • Steven Isserlis

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    Steven Isserlis

    "He can have the listener in perpetual wonder at the ingredients of his art..."The Australian

  • Jakob Koranyi

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    Jakob Koranyi

    "Koranyi played elegantly, with carefully considered note placement, drawing subtle emotions out of the score... it was a disappointment [the performance] ended so soon."Jeffrey Kaczmarczyk, mlive.com

  • Nina Kotova

    Nina Kotova

  • Daniel Müller-Schott

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    Daniel Müller-Schott

    "The magnetic young German cellist Daniel Müller-Schott administered a dose of adrenaline with a compelling performance of Haydn’s Concerto in C. Mr. Müller-Schott,..."The New York Times

  • Jan Vogler

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    Jan Vogler

    "Mr. Vogler’s soulful, richly hued playing highlighted the piece’s melancholy traits, with the plaintive solo cello line embodying the voice of the biblical King..."New York Times

  • Paul Watkins

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    Paul Watkins

    Music Director, English Chamber Orchestra
    Artistic Director, Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival of Detroit

    "Paul Watkins has clearly become an integral member of the quartet, and his warm, burnished cello tone was a consistent pleasure."Lawrence A. Johnson, Chicago Classical Review