Neil Fisher, The Times ★★★★ [Butt’s] lively tempos produced plenty of lithe, energetic playing, and enough body in the strings to bring the music out into the vastness of the space. Read the full review here.
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Entries by Jessica Massey
Andrew Neill, Classical Source The Consort, with a strength for the Royal Albert Hall of over forty, provided a glorious, rounded, sound without compromising leanness. Read the full review here.
Agnes Kory, Seen and Heard International The oneness of the flutes gave an extraordinary demonstration […] I heard only one while my eyes saw all three. The virtuoso movements of the Bourrées and the final Badinerie are hard enough for one player but three players blending their virtuosity to such extent is mind-blowing. Read the […]
Keith Brown, The Herald ★★★★ [Dunedin Consort] play baroque music with a vivacity few can match. Read the full review here.
Simon Thompson, The Times ★★★★★ John Butt conducts Bach’s eternal masterpieces as though the music were the elixir of life. Silky strings, spicy winds and raucous horns gave the music a colour that any baroque ensemble would envy, and Cecilia Bernardini’s violin solo in two Vivaldi concertos flowed in and out of the ensemble with […]
Ken Walton, The Scotsman ★★★★★ Joy, passion and precision… it was as though Butt and his players were rediscovering this well-known music afresh all over again, and taking their listeners with them Read the full review here.
Rupert Christiansen, Ivan Hewett, John Allison & David Kettle, The Telegraph ★★★★★ Dunedin Consort’s four-concert survey of Bach and Vivaldi might have seemed like a safe choice, but they imbued their playing with such wild energy and variety that it was anything but. Read the full review here.
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