Fanfare USA September/October 2009 ..on Elgar’s Three Movements for Piano Trio: The three performers are magnificent here in projecting veiled insouciance just as they revel in the withheld grandeur of the finale’…..on Frank Bridge’s C minor piano quartet of 1901: "Kathron Sturrock's stunning articulation leads to some passages in the Scherzo that positively glisten. The movement is characterized by a gossamer lightness. In contrast, intimacy is the order of the day for the Poco adagio which opens with a superbly played expressive cello solo from Benjamin Hughes. Counterpoint flowers beautifully after a string fanfare. The finale, hectic and dramatic at the same time, is given a performance of the utmost integrity."//////
American Record Guide July/August 2009 says " Fibonacci Sequence has been around for 15 years, and their new release can be viewed as a testimony to their current prestige - or as an example of how they've earned it. For after completing three Elgar compositions for piano trio, Paul Adrian Rooke has not only allowed this ensemble to offer the world premiere recordings but he has also written authoritative booklet notes for them. Not content with that coup, the Sequence resurrects a Frank Bridge piano quartet that had lain dormant for 103 years before resurfacing at a concert in 2006. Yet the ultimate coup de grace for Fibonacci founder and artistic director Kathron Sturrock is surely the exhumation of Adela Maddison (l862 -1929) - a composer who had drifted off the radar until Sturrock championed her formidable Piano Quintet at Wigmore Hall in 2007 - after 87 years of neglect......"