“In terms of sheer energy, the palm must go to Pocket Sinfonia, who managed to make Mozart’s brilliant Haffner Symphony burst with the energy of an orchestra; what’s more, the little pauses from pianist Emil Duncumb infused it with a real chamber-style rhythmic pliability.”

– Ivan Hewitt, the Telegraph, Brighton Early Music Festival

‘The concert was magical, so impressed by the way that you all played, didn’t matter at all that it was only four musicians and not a full orchestra.’ – John Baker, Festival Director at Sherborne Abbey Festival

‘The essence of Mozart, distilled by Hummel, and performed with skill and panache by Pocket Sinfonia, four accomplished individuals who combine as a mightily effective chamber ensemble. The quartet delivered near-orchestral soundscapes while preserving every nuance and detail.’ – Jeffery Pike, Islington Proms

‘they were stunning… they were so expressive and perfectly together’ – audience member

‘It is not every day that you get the opportunity to listen to some of Britain’s most talented musicians… the music was uplifting and rather wonderful.’ – audience member

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