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“Your performance of Red Vesper was fabulous!
I was particularly in love with your touch at the keyboard—you really get the piece.”
—Composer David Biedenbender
“Your concert here at AMoCA (Anderson Museum of Contemporary Art)
was extraordinary.”—S. Wink, director AMoCA
“...an impassioned performance”—Washington Post
“players of taste and insight”—Santa Fe New Mexican
“…(the) playing is elegant”—Fanfare
“Technically and emotionally, the performance is perfect.”
— MusicWeb International
L’eco di Bergamo

International Alfredo Piatti Cello Festival, Bergamo, Italy

MOSKOVITZ-AYERS Duo Breathless at Piatti Hall
“Cellist Moskovitz played with an overall expressive, beautiful sound, intense but never excessively passionate, with great attention to the musical line in his phrasing. At his side, pianist Ayers played securely and with skill, bringing to light a precise ability to accompany, even in the expressive moments…”

Gramophone

MONTAGE MUSIC SOCIETY Starry Night Project: Music Based on Visual Art

“Richly colored music inspired by some equally colorful art.…illuminating (Starry Night)…absolutely delicious (Seurat)…sumptuously lyrical (O’Keeffe)…purely joyous and exuberant (Gauguin)…”
“..an effective and natural unifying idea which musical organizations and concert presenters frequently use to inspire both their audience and themselves.”
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Fanfare

STARRY NIGHT PROJECT • Montage Music Society

“Stylish…(the) playing is elegant …well conceived and presented… recommended for lovers of new chamber music who don’t necessarily prefer the avant-garde, and who like some programmatic spice.”
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Fanfare

STARRY NIGHT PROJECT • Montage Music Society

“…consistently excellent music that can easily stand on its own without reference to the artworks that presumably inspired it…Harris’s Starry Night suite and Andrew List’s Gauguin-inspired Noa Noa, constitute some of the finest chamber music of recent vintage I know… Performances are top-notch, especially the focused expressiveness of cellist Marc Moskovitz. The recording… deserves special mention for its exceptional clarity, perfect balance, and natural sound environment…”
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MusicWeb International

“Technically and emotionally, the performance is perfect.”
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American Record Guide

MONTAGE MUSIC SOCIETY Starry Night Project: Music Based on Visual Art

“this whole program has a feeling of quiet grandeur about it that is quite moving…this is beautifully played and recorded”
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Santa Fe New Mexican

MONTAGE MUSIC SOCIETY Starry Night Project: Music Based on Visual Art

“players of taste and insight”
“unusual and highly recommended disc”
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Washington Post

Montage Gives New Life To Zemlinsky's Cello Sonata
“an impassioned performance”
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