(…) Both works, Shostakovichâ€™s Third an Ninth String Quartets are technicallyand musically difficult works. The Goldmund Quartetâ€™s playing is flawlessfrom both points of view. Their performances are outstanding!
Pizzicato Lux from 03.09.2018
Sunday, Phillips Music presented the Munich-based Goldmund Quartet in the ballroom of Anderson House. These four young men, violinists Florian SchĂ¶tz and Pinchas Adt, violist Christoph Vandory, and cellist Raphael Paratore, captured all hearts from the first measures of Haydn’s Quartet in G, Op 54, No 1, which fairly burst with intelligence and wit. (…)
Washington Post from 25.01.2018
This young German ensemble plays beautifully with a light touch, fleet tempos, and no disfiguring HIP mannerisms. The first two works shine with this treatment. I think this quartet has a bright future ahead of it.
American Record Guide from 01.03.2017
These four musicians know what they are doing â€“ not only as individuals but even more as an ensemble. In Haydnâ€™s op. 33 No. 5 they displayed their interpretation of a string quartetâ€™s sound â€“ articulate and delicately balanced.
hr2-Kultur from 03.01.2017
The Goldmunds make a beautiful sound, elegant and transparent, with a real sense that these four players are friends both on and off the concert platform.
Gramophone from 01.01.2017
The quartetâ€™s quality is in their careful preparation that leads to an ease in their performance. At no point is there is a feeling of effort and even the dramatic parts act are light and uplifting.
Kulturradio rbb from 01.12.2016
Delicate, but with depth, profound understanding, and a witty resistance in their approach to musicâ€¦ An interpretation for and of our time, exciting and youthfully played. A breath-taking debut.
Stuttgarter Zeitung from 15.11.2016