The New Yorker’s Alex Ross Profiles Spektral as a “Thriving String Quartet”

Alex Ross profiles the Spektral Quartet for The New Yorker, calling the group’s new album a tour-de-force.

“It is a tour-de-force survey of repertory, classic and modern, demonstrating in almost textbook fashion how nineteenth-century Romanticism evolved into twentieth-century modernism and then into the all-devouring experimentalism of recent decades.”

Read “Two Thriving String Quartets” here.