‘Chalabi has always impressed with his finely nuanced singing lines and he and Delbridge combine almost telepathically. Williams is a very fine violist, with excellent intonation and always ready to take over the steering wheel when needed’.
‘Tinalley really captures the poetry as well as all those shimmering colours and textures. If you were only to have one recording of these two lovely works you couldn’t go wrong with this charmer from a top-notch Australian ensemble’
– Limelight Magazine
‘These musicians are very detailed, but the listener is always aware of the musical sense behind their decisions. Like the greatest quartets they are on the same page expressively, playing as one. ‘
They treat Ravel’s slow movement as an exotic soundscape, bringing the fastidious composer’s textures to life. I have never heard the section with cello solo and shadowy ‘comments’ from the other instruments played with such character.’
– Fine Music