1st November 2017: Latest press highlights for Quinsin Nachoff’s Ethereal Trio from across Europe and US including DownBeat Magazine, Concerto Magazine and Culture Jazz

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

Find out more:  Quinsin Nachoff’s Ethereal Trio




Latest press highlights for  Quinsin Nachoff’s Ethereal Trio:

“Tightly controlled, perfectly balanced, ingenious and seductive.”
Citizen Jazz (full review)

“Compositions that flirt with the contemporary… Complex yet simple at the same time.”
Culture Jazz (website)

“This talented trio delivers a sparkling and energetic repertoire of intelligent compositions.”
Radio REC (website)

“Quinsin Nachoff, skilfully explores chances and risks in this all-encompassing approach to musical concepts.”
Concerto Magazine (website)

“The trio is loose without being casual, at once taut and free, and the consistent quality of detailed interplay and invention brings Nachoff’s forceful, inventive tenor playing to the fore. It may be his most satisfying recording to date.”
The Whole Note (website)

“The three bandmates push forward while weaving in and out of one another’s paths.”
DownBeat Magazine (website)

“Forward thinking… This music will live forever.”
Midwest Record (full review)

“The six compositions are trim and varied, with Nachoff sounding terrific throughout.”
The Vinyl District (full review)

“Nachoff toys with times, measures, harmonies… Not necessarily an easy album, but certainly interesting.”
Phontas Troussas (Greece) (full review)

“Jazz and contemporary classical music converge in a very personal way.”
El Intrus (Spain) (full review)

“Sophisticated structures often associated with difficult avant-garde are now framed in original, creative improvisations and themes.”
Era Jazzu (full review)

“A record that is prepared to dwell in the infinite possibilities of the light, the airy and the tenuous… An exploration of instrumental combinations from which exquisite flashes of colour often emerge.”
Raul da Gama (full review)

“Stands out as a must-hear!”
​Gapplegate Music Review​ (full review)

“A rich and interesting foray into the connections between jazz and classical music.”
Diariofolk (ES) (full review)