"The robust, young Fry Street Quartet was a triumph of ensemble playing."
New York Times
"Technical precision and scorching spontaneity"
"Their balance, blend and rhythmic cohesion work beautifully"
Washington Post >
"[The Crossroads Project's] modes hop from inviting post-minimalism to electrifying dissonance to twisted nostalgia, ending with a pensive ascent. The Fry Street Quartet plays fluently and fluidly, with remarkable unity in unintuitive passages."
Boston Globe >
"Equally at home in the classic repertoire of Mozart and Beethoven or contemporary music"
Palm Beach Daily News
"[The quartet] inhabited the works, playing with a unified sense of articulation, blend and knowledge of the music's dramatic keystones, nuanced subtleties and thrilling climaxes."
Salt Lake Tribune
"[A] recital that spoke of precision, preparation, excitement, profound heritage, and ultimate satisfaction. This exaltation of individually superb instrumentalists showed what riches are to be had through the conjunction of forces in unity."
New York Concert Review
“The Fry Street Quartet excels in exalting the cooperative dimensions at the center of the two quartets, not without internal conflicts but which ultimately transmit a refreshing optimism into an otherwise problematic future.”
"The Quartet demonstrated their near-perfect technical abilities, produced a beautiful tone quality, blend, and a tight knit and sensitive ensemble delivery."
"Fry Street's performance contained elegance and that wonderful chemistry that makes chamber music magical. They have a combination of musical maturity and charisma. The Fry Street Quartet has a capacity for both a lot of energy and also a lot of poetry."
South Bend Tribune
"The Fry Street's performance was electric, holding the audience in rapt attention at every moment. The group filled the score with an understanding and emotion rarely seen in performers so young."
Yellow Springs News
"....the FSQ captured the transcendent beauty of the music with its expressive and poetic reading. They brought spirituality to their interpretation and made it a profoundly moving and utterly spellbinding experience that left the audience enthralled by its eloquence."
"The Fry Street Quartet once again showed its artistry as it finished Saturday what it began a week earlier — a marvelous perusal of Beethoven's complete string quartets over six concerts, an event made even more memorable by the fact that this was the first time the cycle was performed in Utah."
Deseret News >
"Featuring the excellent Fry Street Quartet, with an interpretation of the pieces that was both joyous and personal."
Slug Magazine >
"Beethoven’s quartets should be in the FSQ’s blood. They showed once again they have complete command of the music. Their playing was filled with boldness and passion, but tempered with exquisite lyricism."
Reichel Recommends >
"A young American quartet whose reputation is rapidly approaching legend...taut, edgy and internally propelled with mordant wit."