"The opener, Beethoven's Quartet in G Major Op. 18, No. 2, was an ideal vehicle to showcase the Danish Quartet.
Their sound was crystalline, finely polished, pristine yet not precious. Early in the first movement, they seemed
to operate at two dynamic levels, resulting in a gorgeous layering of sounds within sounds."
– Joseph Dalton, Times Union
"Pianist Juho Pohjonen showed an ever present gift for legato phrasing...."
"Schubert's Quintet in C Major Op. 163 brought Jakob Koranyi into the fold of the Danish Quartet and delivered to the wildly enthusiastic audience a treasure of the chamber music repertoire."