Eloquence | David Deveau and the Boston Symphony Orchestra Chamber Players perform Brahms



Review Excerpt from The Boston Musical Intelligencer
David Patterson

The Boston Symphony Orchestra Chamber Players at NEC’s Jordan Hall lent still more beauty to an already beautiful spring Sunday afternoon in Boston. Leoš Janáček’s Mládi found depth and richness in instrumentation by adding the bass clarinet to the wind quintet. This, and another Czech piece by Bohuslav Martinů, his Nonet for winds and strings, might have even suggested summer loveliness and picnics in the countryside. With David Deveau, the Chamber Players elevated the Brahms "Trio in A Minor," Opus 114 to indescribable eloquence.

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Review Excerpt from the Boston Classical Review
Keith Powers

With a trio of works by composers in their mature prime, mirroring the expertise and experience onstage, the Boston Symphony Chamber Players closed their season Sunday afternoon at Jordan Hall. Distinguished works by Janacek, Martinu and Brahms highlighted the program.

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