‘Quinn was a calm presence at the keyboard making light work of the showy episodes while Cleary was a dynamo of generous expression and sprightly articulation. A concert of chamber music at its most accessible and entertaining’

Andrew Johnson,
The Irish Times


‘Their choice of programme was perfectly in tune with the summer evening and its delivery was a delight from beginning to end…Each performance was so convincing that the audience reaction was one of absolute delight.’

Declan Townsend,
The Irish Examiner



The most complete and profoundly joyful music making. This performance had a blend of folksiness and high art sophistication that felt just right.

Martin Adams,
The Irish Times



Annette Cleary demonstrated an extraordinary level of ease in her cello playing, unyielding tone and warm vibrato. Rachel Quinn played beautifully in the Rachmaninoff Sonata and showed considerable stamina in a notoriously virtuoso piano part. A programme of Romantic music performed to an impeccably high standard and with charisma.

Matt Rafter,
Golden Plec