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"The Adastra Quartet enchants young and old. The performance of the four virtuosos was warmly welcomed by the audience "

Le Dauphiné Libéré, 13 February 2017

“The art of the miniature. [...] Adastra juggles with short forms and miniaturized sections with infectious pleasure. [...] [They] traverse Kurtág's two pieces with remarkable plasticity, playing easily on the variety of colors and grains. [...] Adastra navigates with equal success on the unstructured element composer [Dusapin], Adastra appropriates density of writing and ardent counterpoint throughout four distinctive movements [...] Full of conviction warmly welcomed by the public, the performance of the students of the HEAR has nothing to envy to that of the Arditti quartet, who created the work in 1993. »

Latest News from Alsace, Wissembourg, 27 September 2016

“The flight of Adastra. ATTENDING the flight of young and talented musicians is something wonderful, which restores optimism. de Musica n° 08 will be able to get to know the already very assertive sound and personality of the Adastra quartet,”

Latest News from Alsace, Wissembourg, 17 September 2016

"The Adastra quartet did wonders [...]   The musicians gave a magnificent interpretation of works by Mozart and Haydn in the church of the Old Town , restored this year.”

The Mountain, Saint-Eloy-Les-Mines, 13 August 2016

"The Adastra quartet was at the castle [...] Four virtuosos on a very colorful background. [...]_cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b- 136bad5cf58d_The Adastra quartet continued its path to excellence, on the national and international stages. Their introduction honored Joseph Haydn with his quartet op 76 "Le Lever du soleil". 136bad5cf58d_[...] Two pieces by Dmitri Shostakovich (1931) would end this beautiful evening at the castle, before a double encore by the artists.

The dispatch from the Midi Tarn et Garonne, Lafrancaise, 29 Juillet 2016

"The Adastra quartet enchanted the spectators [...] The audience, made up mainly of music lovers, was won over by the performance of the four musicians."

Press Center, Espalion, 23 July 2016

"Young musicians from the "Adastra" Quartet of the Strasbourg Conservatory play Beethoven's 'Ode to Joy' in front of the Parliament to celebrate May 9..»

European Parliament Press Release, 9 May 2016

"Invited by the Debussy Quartet as a "New Talent" and trainee of the Academy, the Adastra Quartet offered the public an aubade in front of the church. [...] It was just before the Cordes en Ballade concert on Sunday evening that they magnificently interpreted the second and fourth movements of Dvor's American Quartet.ak.”

Dauphiné Libéré, July 16, 2015

"The performers set the tone from the slow introduction, thanks to very moving timbres and great freedom of expression.  [...]  The Adastra Quartet also won over with its great professionalism, the beauty of its sounds, its passionate commitment. .]  Dvorak's "American" Quartet  sounded magnificent this Sunday thanks to the sensitivity, virtuosity and work of these four musicians who we will still hear about, no doubt about it.

Latest News from Alsace, Wissembourg, 18 March 2015

“Exceptional evening for the inaugural concert of Trio Musique Découverte with the Adastra Quartet. More than 200 very attentive spectators, conquered and seduced were present [...] Les Charpentes des écuries, resounded with the harmonious accents of a very ambitious program during which the privileged audience was able to appreciate the technical prowess and the musicality of the Quartet Adastra. Its interpreters, Julien MOQUET, Emilie GALLET, Marion ABEILHOU and David PORO demonstrated their extraordinary and fine knowledge of harmony, polyphony and counterpoint.

The dispatch from the Midi Tarn et Garonne, Lafrancaise, August 7, 2014

“In an ideal acoustic setting, violist Marion ABEILHOU, violinists Julien MOQUET and Emilie GALLET, cellist David PORO offered a remarkable interpretation of works by Haydn, Lutoslawski or Dvorak. An evening of beautiful music and very enjoyable after the hot afternoon hours.”

Espalion Bulletin, Espalion, July 24, 2014

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