“Camerata Salzburg deftly explored every twist and turn, uncompromising in their efforts, expertly driven on by conductor Ben Gernon.”
Herald Scotland, March 2015
"They demonstrated a great appetite to play, not only by the smiles on their faces when arriving on stage – it could have competed with the lighting of the venue – but by the the bite of their bows in the opening Bartók and the enthusiasm of Ben Gernon's springy baton."
Bachtrack, March 2015
"Under Ben Gernon... we heard Bartók’s Divertimento in its bracing gypsy style given with virtuosity and gripping intensity. In the slow movement, we heard music of the night, like a drone and a bizarre nightmare of the soul; a reminder that this was written when the shadow of World War Two hung over Europe. The finale was bright and breezy, in folk spirit, with thrilling changes of tempo..."
Classical Source, March 2015