"The Escher quartet is excellent...the group was polished and rhythmically vibrant, lively without being rough, light yet present in two Mendelssohn works and ever so slightly stouter and more intense in two by Schumann."
New York Times
"Put simply, this group has all the qualities necessary to be the next Emerson or Juilliard Quartet...rare musical insight and a profound level of cohesion."
"The Escher Quartet impressed again in a late-night concert, tackling the Everest of Beethoven's Op. 132 with fire and sensitivity."
"Finely honed technique and a focused ensemble blend are this group's strong suits...a dark ambrosial brew all its own."
"The group combined ripe tonal balances with the kind of heedless intensity that comes with youth."