"Since our young artists have adopted period instruments, they must demonstrate the sense of their project against the great ensembles (Budapest, Italiano, Berg, Taich, Mosaïques). The Cambini-Paris Quartet passes the test with elegance and panache."
"This unaffected and gorgeous music deserves to be played - and should be grateful to find champions in this promising group."
"In all three pieces, the group's intonation was nearly flawless (...) and first violinist Julien Chauvin carried the piece with effortless technique and beauty of tone."
"May those who fear to be bored with a so-called philological interpretation be reassured : these young musicians are true philologists."
"From an astounding naturalness, their instrumental play shines with a beautiful homogeneity of timbre and a constantly interesting and lively polyphony that is quite without ostentation."
"It is a Mozart at once serious and light, an excellent balance between style and sound, a true pleasure. Here too, this is joy of the first order."
"Without doubt, this casket stands out because of its maturity and its sharpened, profound and expressive vision. Emotion remains the driving concern. Just and masterly"
"The clean phrasing and the perfect balance of the Cambini-Paris Quartet, masters of a historically well-versed classical repertoire, help us acquaint ourselves with the beautiful Opus 56 no. 2."
"The six works of Mozart shine forth under the elegant bows of the Cambini Quartet. The four accomplices possess an instinct for supportive momentum, unanimous accent and parallel effusions. The bright, vibrant colours which emanate from their play with light bows on gut strings enrich each movement with an almost orchestral resonance."
"As brave cavaliers, these four young musicians (...) perform these works of strict but nervous rhythm with impetuous bowing."
"This is what is most surprising in the perfection of their playing, in the sureness of their phrasing, in the appropriateness of their contrasts. (...) Unearthing a repertoire, the Cambini-Paris musicians confirm their excellence."
"Playing on period instruments, the wonderful Cambini-Paris Quartet plays with remarkable intonation."
"Their new recording is a lovely surprise. The Quartet has rediscovered the composer Félicien David: a sublime display of French style."
"Hyacinthe Jadin deserves the sensitivity and delicacy of the young Cambini Quartet (...) Their playing is soberly classical, but sensitive throughout (...) Hats off to these four virtuosos!"