"The three young musicians (two men, one woman) did this by letting the sounds flow unforcedly, even relaxed, despite all their expressiveness. The sweetness of the violin (Jonas Ilias Kadesha) and the melt of the cello (Vashti Hunter) hopefully combined with the sometimes ethereally tinkling, sometimes romantically stretched piano sound of Nicholas Rimmer to a euphony, which in turn told various stories, both mystical and sensual.
Conversely, in Mendelssohn's incredibly vital Trio No. 2, the passion carried to the extreme over a wide area turned into the stillness of a prayer, where violin and cello increased their tone from spellbound calm to excited vibrato in an intimate dialogue. The ensemble itself thus became the most important discovery of the entire programme."
- Luzerner Zeitung, January 2022