"...a perfect partnership...string culture of the finest,
most colourful ahd free virtuosity."
"The Jerusalem's Serenade is quite delectable. Ensemble is
very good with every member moving in perfect accord...The Jerusalem
String Trio offers an equally valid account whose innocent charm
pictures the work as a delightful and capricious divertimento
masquerading as a serenade."
"An inspired performance, that time seemed at an enraptured
"(The Jerusalem String Trio) emerges with the skill and
potential to match its contemporaries anywhere."
Jewish Chronicle, London
"..A concert of the highest bearing...the response to their
performance evoked a marvelous encore by Mozart...the three
artists, with sonorities of remarkable balance, conquered the
audience from the first stroke of their bows."
Andre Vidal, Paris
"A delightful encounter."
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
"...an ideally integrated ensemble that pays attention even to
the smallest details of unity and sound balance."
Leo Hoorst, Amsterdam
"Magnificent interpreters... were deeply immersed in their
music making, showing great talent."
"This trio is a perfect instrument performing music in the
natural manner of the great chamber music groups."
El Norte de Castille, Spain
"...a beautiful and homogenous sound. The interpretation was
intelligent, the style was elegant but also very dramatic. The
Jerusalem String Trio gave us a splendid evening."
Ambito Financiero, Buenos Aires
"The first thing that one perceives when hearing The Jerusalem
String Trio, is perfect intonation...their key is musical
"The three members are really maestros. The technique of the
three members was superb."
Hasegawa Takehisa, Tokyo (1994)
"...their music posesses one united expression beyond the high accuracy of their ensemble."
Ongaku no tomo, Tokyo (1996)
"The Jerusalem String Trio raised the electrical voltage with an emotional performance. The violinist Rimma Kaminkovsky was more than great with her beautiful open sound, the musical fluency and her leadership. The viola of Robert Mozes projected waves of warm sound full of poetry and the cellist Yoram Alperin stood out with his beautiful lyrical musicality. It was the highest level of chamber music making, homogeneous and unified".
Yedioth Ahronot, Israel (1999)
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