"the most exciting piano trio in America"
The New Yorker
"The most exciting piano trio in America" - The New Yorker
"Sometimes the power of music is in what's held back more than in what's shown outwardly. Trio Solisti showed this strength in fine, understated playing."
- Washington Post 1/28/2019
"Trio Solisti's playing was big in scope from the very beginning and stayed that way. It was a superb performance of a profoundly beautiful work."
- The Boston Musical Intelligencer 8/28/2017
"The Trio Solisti gave an immaculate and insightful performance. Their exceptional joie de vivre permeated the entire concert."
- TheaterJones.com 4/19/2017
"This was ensemble playing at its best. The three musicians were at the top of their form, both individually as virtuosi in their own right and as ensemble musicians responding to each other's sensitive nuances. The Trio Solisti players really knocked it out of the ballpark with this performance."
- Peninsula Reviews 11/6/2016
"I could think that Haydn, Chausson and Brahms were smiling down from Olympus saying, 'Yes, that's just the way I thought of it when I wrote it.' What a performance!"
- OrangeObserver.com 10/27/2016
"I was drawn to this all-Brahms programme owing to its being the first of three [by Trio Solisti] devoted to all the composer's piano chamber works. I could hear only this one; but if its outstanding quality were to be repeated later, the series would doubtless be a major event of the season. These performances had abundant dynamism, exeptional balance and a wholly successful grasp of the interpretive essence of all three [works]."
- The Strad January 2016
"A performance of kaleidoscopic hues... beauty of sound and bountiful panache. Whether silken or sweeping, the music receives idiomatic and sophisticated treatment as shaped by these keenly perceptive artists."
- Gramophone March 2015
From Trio Solisti's 2017 performance
for the Red Bank Chamber Music Society
Dvorak Trio No. 2 in G minor, Op. 26
I. Allegro moderato
III. Scherzo: Presto
IV. Allegro non tanto
"This piano trio [is] probably the finest American group currently on the field."
- The New Yorker 9/22/15
"The Trio Solisti rendition of [Brahms' Trio] Opus 8 was, by quite some measure, the most fully explored, the most interestingly probed, rhythmically and harmonically, the most fully engaged, not merely savored but also conveyed, that I’ve ever experienced. It at once gripped and proved gripping. Chamber-music connoisseurs should absolutely not miss Trio Solisti."
- The Boston Musical Intelligencer 6/5/16
"The insight and intelligence of Trio Solisti’s account of Ravel’s often-played yet very challenging Trio in A minor comes through at the start of the first movement... the way these impressive musicians shape the elusive main theme and tease out inner details, taking a restrained tempo, is startlingly fresh and fascinating... in this standout recording." (Anthony Tommasini)
- The New York Times 1/14/15