The Guardian

At Headington school hall, the youthful Piatti Quartet, with Ann Beilby (viola) and Guy Johnston (cello), gave a dashing and sensuous account of Brahms’s String Sextet No 2, Op 36, pizzicato cellos and murmuring violas offsetting the rhythmic bite of upper strings.The soprano Alice Privett, stepping in at very short notice, was a faultless soloist in Zemlinsky’s scarcely known and voluptuous short work for voice and string sextet, Maiblumen blüten überall.

Fiona Maddocks, Oxford Lieder Festival, 4 October 2017

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