Classical music review

Amernet Quartet and violist Tree serve Czech composers admirably

 

South Florida Classical Review

Michael Tree, longtime violist of the Guarneri Quartet, returned to South Florida in a concert with the Amernet String Quartet for the Sunday Afternoons of Music series at Gusman Concert Hall. The matinee featured quintets by Mozart and Dvorak and the Amernet alone in a seminal quartet by Leos Janacek.

While Tree played second viola in the two chamber scores, his distinctive sound shone in the opening solo of Dvorak's String Quintet in E-flat Major.

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