“It was a pleasure to hear the Miami Guitar Trio. They have everything a great guitar ensemble should have: great technique, musicianship, ensemble sense, and an accomplished composer/arranger in the ensemble. Most of all, they have a great sound and very good tone. I enjoyed the diversity of repertoire they presented. Overall, a first rate ensemble.”

– Dr. William Yelverton, GFA Prize winner & Director of Guitar Studies, Middle Tennessee State University, June 2011

“It is very refreshing to hear an ensemble of young classical guitarists playing serious music. Such is the case of the Miami Guitar Trio. I had the pleasure of hearing this trio, perform last Friday, September 24 at Ed Bell’s South Florida Arts Beat program at radio station 91.3 WLRN in downtown Miami.”

– Manny Meland, MiamiArtZine.com, September 2010

“South Florida is fortunate to have an exciting new guitar ensemble. The recently formed Miami Guitar Trio is meticulous, casual, inventive and precise. While their repertory extends from early music to modern to contemporary compositions by group members, their renditions of Baroque works, transcribed by Federico Bonacossa, make each voice sing. Like the playing of piano icon Glen Gould, even if Bach didn’t write it that way, their exquisite contrapuntal interactions make you believe that he did. What a superb addition to the local classical music scene.”

– Kathy Gaubatz, Executive Director, The Miami Bach Society, July 2011

“Thank you so very much for your performance. It was marvelous! It was a pleasure to listen to your very musical approach to playing the guitar.”

– Thomas Koch, President, Guitar Sarasota, March 2011

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