Wa Concert Series presents The Golden Triangle: Prague, Budapest and Vienna in REVIEW

"After intermission [of the Golden Triangle program of the Wa Concert Series] Mr. Charles Neidich took the stage, again with the Parker Quartet, for a shattering, expressive performance of a repertoire staple, the Brahms Quintet for clarinet and string quartet in B minor, Op. 115, a work written from the heart and addressed to the heart...

That five musicians functioned as one would be the greatest understatement of my writing career...Every breath, every color, every phrase taper, was absolutely unanimous, yet always managed to sound completely “lived,” never over-planned. I could go on and on about Mr. Neidich, one of the greatest clarinetists in the world, but the Parker Quartet here matched him for inspiration: they made the hearty, warm Romantic sound so essential to this composer...

The sense of leave-taking was palpable in the Brahms, and I can’t imagine there was a dry eye in the house (another long pause before clapping)..." Frank Daykin, New York Concert Review | https://bit.ly/2UJrYo8

Maksim Shtrykov