Fanfare Magazine, May 2016

These performances are surprisingly good. The players bring a feeling of youthful freshness, even innocence, to the first of the two quintets, investing Mendelssohn’s score with a great deal of charm. The Harrington String Quartet, partnered by violist James Dunham in the quintets, demonstrates the highest degree of technical skill in executing Mendelssohn’s fleet, nimble-fingered movements, while cultivating a warm-hearted and caring approach to the slower lyrical movements…the Harrington String Quartet on this fine-sounding Centaur CD is easily recommended. Jerry Dubins READ MORE