'Gerald Peregrine plays the cetllo as if born to it, with a decptive effortless commmand of its expressive possibilities'The Irish Times
'Bach's testing suite in C was performed with as much poise and grace as a pair of acrobats performing feats of equilebrium'The Irish Times'Pianist Michael McHale switched easily from the rich harmonies of the Franck to the dancing, oom-cha energy of ragtime. Violinist Ioana Petcu-Colan provided sweet lyricism throughout both pieces, and Gerald Peregrine stole the show in the long, romantic cello solo in the slow movement of the Franck.'The Irish Times Nov 2007'There are many fine young musicians now emerging in Ireland, but I suspect if you tried to put a trio together that would reflect that flowering of talent you would be hard pressed to better this one.'Sunday business post- dec 2007'Sunlit playing..one of the highlights of my lsitening year'Julian Haylock, the Strad
'the Beethoven (Ghost trio) is among the front rank of modern versions on disc' Philip Sommerich ,Classical Music Magazine.