Saxophone times four
Amstel Quartet thrills with “Classical Zen”
Dietrich Buxtehude’s “Te Deum Laudamus” and Thomas Tallis’ Felix Namque reach new sound dimensions that transcend virtuosity - four souls melting into one , diversity becomes unity, unity becomes diversity...Classical Zen was an adventure in sound that took the audience on a long journey. Once back in the Here and Now, one asks oneself where space and time have been in the mean time.
Reinhard Kalb, Fürther Nachrichten, 13.02.2017
Read the full review in german here.
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