Acclaim

"...fluid, well-balanced sound and admirable ensemble playing – qualities that were in ample evidence throughout the program."

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Steve Siegel, The Morning Call

"They proved to be players who combine beautifully crafted, songful phrases with tremendous skill with complex rhythms and extended techniques - and add zest and humor in many cases."

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Susan L. Pena, Reading Eagle

"...the Dalí created lush waves of sound ... this performance delivered with excellence of expression and ensemble."

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Roger Emanuels, Peninsula Reviews - California

"The Dalí Quartet is a remarkable ensemble; it’s a true crossover group in the best sense of the word. Made up entirely of Hispanic musicians who are proud of their roots, they bring together the best music by Latin American and European composers. The result is a rare treat for everyone."

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Edward Reichel, Salt Lake Magazine

With the tardy arrival of spring, the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society had to present a lot of indoor sunshine Sunday to lure people from the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art inside to Van Pelt Auditorium.  But the Dalí Quartet's Latin American program alternately glimmered and blazed.

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David Patrick Stearns, Music Critic, Philadelphia Inquirer

Finely chiseled ensemble delineated the first movement’s engaging counterpoint, establishing a lively dialogue between all four instruments in which dissonances resolved convincingly. A broad range of unforced dynamics was employed and balance between the voices was effortlessly voiced.

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Michael Caruso, Chestnut Hill Local

For the past decade, the Dali' Quartet has shown a unique side of chamber music.

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Scott Iwasaki, The Park Record

Passionate, moving, and a wonderful evening filled with classical music.

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Park City Daily
The Dalí Quartet gave a beautifully judged performance ... They gave the music time to breath; and while each player made the most of the solo turns Mozart gave them, they balanced and blended well as an ensemble. Read More...
William Thomas Walker, Classical Voice of North Carolina
They rose and fell at all the right moments, and every dynamic or emotional change was effortlessly synchronized. The music exploded with life. Read More...
Kelsey Higgins, The Pendulum
The Dali players projected a consistency of tone and phrasing that nonetheless permitted each individual musician to delineate his/her individual personality through complementary contributions. The music pulsed with excitement. Read More...
Michael Caruso, Chestnut Hill Local
The rains came Thursday night, but not before the Dalí String Quartet finished a strong appearance on the Kimball Recital Hall lawn on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus.
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John Cutler, Lincoln Journal Star
A combination of bassoon and string quartet is a rare combination, but that's only the beginning of the unique elements of the Dali Quartet with Chuck Holdemen Crossroads Concert this Saturday. Read More...
Sharon Torello, Local Arts Live
Last Sunday I had an opportunity to listen again to the Dalí String Quartet upon its return to the Lehigh Valley, and I enjoyed their performance thoroughly. Read More...
Ilan Peleg, The Morning Call
It's always a pleasure to witness the birth of a talented young chamber music ensemble. That was the case last Friday at Wesley Church in Bethlehem, where the Dalí Quartet performed in the second concert of its life. Read More...
Philip A. Metzger, The Morning Call
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