“An extraordinarily talented group who play beautifully together… They have established standards of chamber music performance equal to any in the world.”

- The Washington Post

BRAHMS – Piano Quartet in G Minor

BRIDGE – Phantasie Piano Quartet

BRUCH – Pieces for clarinet, viola, and piano

GINASTERA – Duo for flute and violin

MAHLER – Piano Quartet

MOZART – Flute Quartet

MOZART – Trio for clarinet, viola, and piano

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“An extraordinarily talented group who play beautifully together… They have established standards of chamber music performance equal to any in the world.”
- The Washington Post

“They appealed to the heart and the head, offering a warm, seductively luxurious sound and an impressive precision and unity of purpose.”
- The New York Times

“One of the finest chamber ensembles in the country… markedly superior, especially in beauty of tone, near flawless intonation, and sensitivity to each other’s playing.”
- The Los Alamos Monitor

“What sets the American Chamber Players apart are its members’ total commitment to the music, an admirable sense of purpose with goals commonly shared, and programs as intriguing in conception as in execution.”
- The Montgomery Advertiser

“In a display of first-class ensemble playing… the American Chamber Players took the audience on a voyage of discovery through some of the byways of the modern and Romantic repertory.”
- The Calgary Herald

“One had to admire not only the courage of their programming, but also their performances, which were intense, passionate and accurate… The playing of the string players was opulent in tone, uninhibited in expression and driving in rhythm.”
- The Baltimore Sun

“The interplay among the musicians had the ease, confidence and balance born of years of collaboration, and the sound they produced had a richness and depth that some orchestras might envy.”
- The Tulsa World

“Great precision, rapport, and stylistic authority… I don’t think I have ever heard the Fauré’s Adagio more expressively or rapturously played.”
- The Virginia Gazette

“Excellent, adventurous program… the ensemble was excellent.”
- The Register-Guard, Eugene, OR

“The group’s players are as flexible as its ever-changing repertoire, and last night’s program showed that flexibility… Classical, Romantic, and Modern periods were represented, and the musicians seemed perfectly at home in each.”
- The Winston-Salem Journal

“Unfailingly coherent and musically discerning…”
- The Louisville Courier-Journal

“The evening’s crowning achievement was a spectacular performance of the Piano Quartet in C Minor, Op. 15, by Gabriel Fauré.”
- The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

“Virtuosic playing… a sumptuous performance… Ending the evening was a spellbinding version of the most famous of the four works, Gabriel Fauré’s Piano Quartet No. 2 in G Minor, Op. 45.”
- The Omaha World-Herald

“The playing was expert and spirited from beginning to end, and showed the kind of rapport that takes years to develop.”
- The Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune

“The American Chamber Players brought the current season to a glowing and memorable conclusion with a big concert of Ravel, Brahms, Beethoven, and Dvorák.”
- The Spectator, Raleigh, NC

“The performers offered three selections, each so well performed that it seemed a musical gift… The biggest present was Schubert’s “Trout” Quintet.  Schubert would have been pleased.  The sparkle of the piano, the precise articulations of the strings, the delicate shaping of phrases and the fine interplay of the parts added up to an exceptional performance of this audience pleaser.”
- The Press-Journal, Vero Beach, FL

“Admirable togetherness… they captured the Trout’s sunny spirit, and they shaped a carefully unified interpretation…the andante was performed with warm lyricism, and the theme and variations sounded lovely.”
- The Cleveland Plain Dealer

“A stunning concert… This was chamber music at its very best.”
- The Palm Beach Daily News

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