Notes & Reviews:
Gramophone Magazine, November 2015
Boris Begelman unlocks the vibrancy of music that on paper might look a little plain, achieving the feat partly through generous and stylish ornamentation and partly through a level of imagination and engagement that is consistently high and avoids any feeling of routine - the essence of good Baroque music-making... all of which makes this a thoroughly worthwhile addition to the ever-growing Telemann discography.
Sunday Times, 13th September 2015
This young group - two Russians and an Italian - show with tremendous technical eclat and interpretative flair what an inventive composer Telemann was, even if he owes much to Corelli. These bold performances underline his inspiration from folk music, too. Definitely worth a flutter.