"Chatham Baroque's 'Jefferson's Library': fascinating performance, exquisite performance." (2/11/2013) Read more »
Pittsburgh Post-GazetteConcert Review: Chatham Baroque's performance fantastic Monday, December 19, 2011 By Andrew Druckenbrod,
"For this group that uses instruments of the past, the future was on display" (12/23/2010)
Lincoln Journal Star
Fouts carved his way through the Arcangelo Corelli "La Follia" variations with a virtuosity seldom heard on Baroque or any violin. Read more »
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Pound for pound, you aren't going to find a better ensemble in Pittsburgh than Chatham Baroque, and with a repertoire rich for rediscovery for most music-lovers, we might very well be seeing, and h Read more »
New York Times
Colorful virtuosity... Chatham Baroque gave zesty accounts of a group of Spanish dances.
The Washington Post(Chatham Baroque) rocketed through settings of Scottish and Irish folk tunes, powered by the magnetic pull of their primeval rhythms and...untamable virtuosic fiddling....
This life-on-the-edge energy comes across on the disc; the ensemble members play like their lives depended on every note.
...Stylistic, technically accomplished and musical....
Gramophone Early Music
The dances in particular are played with real panache (try the infectious Jacaras to see what I mean).