FringeReview UK 2019
A truly outstanding young talent
An exceptionally interesting, exceptionally delivered programme
These intelligent programmes make Antonio Oyarzabal’s recitals an occasion.
An outstanding debut.
It’s Rattle’s genius for the fresh and new that endures.
Sheku Kanneh-Mason is thrillingly intimate, matched by Mirga Grazinyte-Tyla’s lucid, energetic readings throughout.
Bach’s organ works on the Willis are thrilling in Michael Schonheidt’s hands. Andris Nelsons is exemplary, the Leipzigers uninhibited, agonized, overwhelming in Bruckner 8
An immensely satisfying traversal into darkness.
With clarinet piano and soprano, a gloriously rich vocal recital
The whole family’s rightly going to stardom. Here’s two of the seven.
Beguiling and barnstorming in equal measure.
A revelatory, stunning recital.
A superb recital of mainly rare but fascinating repertoire
Two viola masterpieces in the hands of a new viola and piano duo already long-seasoned.
Magnificent. It alters the settled world of this music.
Iruzun’s a master and this recital was a revelation.
A wonderful debut.
A stunning solo debut.
A terrific performance.
Five-star already, a stunning Brighton and Hove debut
We really need this quartet back.
A mesmerizingly first-class recital.
Hope of some distinction, particularly in rare repertoire
A unique, consummate line-up
A pianist of integrity and gritty lyricism
Another superb Collins recital
Another absorbing Collins recital
The Crypt organisers as well as John Greening really have hit on an ideal recitation.
Great debut and homecoming in one duo.
A pianist bristling with oblique lyricism – an ideal twentieth century interpreter.
Vertiginous, tricky and exhilarating
Vocally adventurous yet again, a joy to hear
A composer one delights in
Exhilarating. Time to celebrate all the artists here.
Consummate and distinctive music-making with repertoire nearly forgotten.
A glorious recital.
A superfine ensemble, who would be welcomed back to play such exciting repertoire.
I’ve heard no interpretation remotely near it.
Terry has his own accent, should be enjoyed by many. Mesmerising for a summer’s day.
An elegant case for this unique repertoire and its sovereign performers.
We need more concerts like this.
We’re very lucky to be here.
A lovely debut.
‘Best three pounds I’ve ever spent’
It’d be wonderful to see Chow back
Both this recital and its repertoire remain special
Terrific impact, and complete musicians.
You won’t hear anything like this, and you should, next time.
Seek them out, whatever they play.
Consummate and wholly satisfying.
An exemplary, deeply satisfying recital.