. . . they showed impressive ensemble as the audience were delighted with a well balanced and virtuosic performance.

Argyllshire Advertiser, February 17th 2017

The Roxburgh Quartet gave a dark, questioning reading to the Adagio at the start of Mozart’s Dissonance Quartet K465. They moved to light and grace in the Allegro, which ended with a happily played coda. The slow movement again inspired them to their best

Perth Chamber Music, Ian Stuart-Hunter

This group’s dynamic range developed out of an almost magical quietness that sometimes swelled into excitement then retreated again, but was always based on an intuitive empathy that was extraordinary to see and hear.

The Arran Voice

Inspired music played with complete control, imagination and deep insight.

Courier and Advertiser