27th July 2017: ★★★★ from All About Jazz amongst latest reviews from Jazzwise Magazine, Jazz Views, Bebop Spoken Here, Step Tempest and Stereo Gum for ‘Quinsin Nachoff’s Ethereal Trio’

An album which blends through-composition and improvisation, each piece having its own plot and internal logic.

Quinsin Nachoff – saxophone

Mark Helias double bass

Dan Weiss  – drums

Quinsin Nachoff’s Ethereal Trio



Press highlights for Quinsin Nachoff’s Ethereal Trio:

“Improvisational masterworks… Impeccable but not pristine… Highly recommended.”
★★★★ All About Jazz (full review)

“The instrumental mastery of all three players is beyond doubt.”
Jazzwise Magazine (website)

“Divine orchestrations further enhanced by a sparkling energy… An exciting project.”
Radio REC (FR)

“This recording stands out from a crowded field by virtue of the exceptional skill of the players… Ambitious but rewarding music.”
Jazz Views (full review)

“A ​perfect balance between Nachoff’s wistful tenor and Mark Helias’ rich, resonant pizzicato bass, adorned by Dan Weiss’ unobtrusive yet apposite drumming.​”
★★★★​ ​All About Jazz​ (full review)

​”The interplay​ – ​sometimes solo, other times in duo—is simply astonishing.​”​
Art Music Lounge (full review)

“Magic – Give it a listen.”
Bebop Spoken Here (full review)​

“You really get to know what these guys are about straight out of the gate, as the album-opening “Clairvoyant Jest” struts and capers, stops and starts so everybody gets a moment (or three or four) in the spotlight, and generally lets you know that for the next 43 minutes, attention must be paid.”
Stereo Gum (full review

“A joy to listen to.”
Step Tempest (blog) (full review)

“Their notes melt together, like a constellation of beauty.”
Musical Memoirs (blog) (full review)