"The final piece on the program, Beethoven's Quintet in C, had all the robustness and drama one can expect from Beethoven. From many exciting moments, the mouse-like scurries of the first violin over the shimmering tremolos in the rest of the ensemble in the Presto fourth movement stood out for playful phrasing, humor, and tasteful musicianship. . . . . Overall, an extremely satisfying evening of a variety of music well and thoughtfully executed." says the critic Elisa Birdseye, executive director of the Boston Chamber Ensemble who was present at the concert and writing for the Boston Musical Intelligencer. Full review of the evening is found here.