(From Nottingham Evening Post)
In an English programme full of contrasts, the quartet delighted their audience with exquisite playing with remarkable warmth and power.
Purcell's Fantazia Z. 742 and Chacony Z. 730 wore their melodic complexities lightly beneath a graceful, supple flow of music.
Vaughan Williams' String Quartet No. 2, with its unusually prominent viola part, showed a very different face of the composer from the pastoral …