Apotheosis Vol. 1 Receives a Top Rating from InfoDad

The InfoDad blog awards ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ (their top rating) to our Mozart: The Final Quartets, Apotheosis Vol. 1 recording: “ The great chamber music of the past continues to involve and thrill performers and listeners alike, and to be subject to multiple interpretations that emphasize varying elements of works that are multifaceted and have genuine depth….

Apotheosis Vol. 1 A MusicWeb International Recommended Recording!

Dominy Clements names Mozart: The Final Quartets, Apotheosis Vol. 1 a Recommended recording on MusicWeb International! “There is a transparency in the playing and recording throughout this set which has a welcoming character that is both superficially attractive and always rewards ever-closer listening. This may have something to do with the matched quality of the…

Art Music Lounge Reviews Apotheosis Vol. 1

The Art Music Lounge‘s Lynn René Bayley reviews our Mozart: The Final Quartets – Apotheosis, Vol. 1 recording: “their performances put me in mind of the justly famous ones made many moons ago by the legendary Amadeus Quartet. … Alexander’s first violinist, Zakarias Grafilo, plays so beautifully that he could easily be a standout concerto…

The Whole Note Reviews Mozart: Apotheosis, Vol. 2

The Whole Note Reviews the Alexander String Quartet’s Mozart: The Piano Quartets – Apotheosis, Vol. 2 recording with pianist Joyce Yang: “Mozart was not the first to write quartets for piano and strings, but his two contributions – the Piano Quartet in G Minor K478 and Piano Quartet in E-flat Major K493 from 1785 and 1786 respectively – are…

Apotheosis Volume Two Should Be Your First Choice in Mozart’s Piano Quartets

Fanfare Magazine’s Huntley Dent offers a second review for our July 27th release, Mozart: The Piano Quartets, Apotheosis, Vol. 2 with pianist Joyce Yang! “The long-standing and widely praised Alexander Quartet brings warmth and vitality to Mozart’s wonderful piano quartets, which date from 1785 and 1786—fitting just before and after Le nozze di Figaro—performing them…