The Zagreb Guitar Quartet performed Bach’s The Art of Fugue in its entirety in Zagreb when I happened to be there, and it was one of the most extraordinary and vivid experiences including the guitar I can remember.
—Colin Cooper, Classical Guitar Magazine, UK
The rich tone, intense involvement and perfect coordination were brilliant.
—Kishore Chatterjee, The Telegraph, Calcutta
Baroque and Rococo program during the first half of the concert comprised Suite no. 5 in E major, HWV 430 by Georg Friedrich Händel, Gavotte et 6 doubles by Jean-Philippe Rameau and Preludes in C major, BWV 531, and in G major, BWV 541, by Johann Sebastian Bach, arranged and performed brilliantly enough to please even the most highbrow critic and the most passionate music conoisseur.
Complete mutual understanding of the young guitarists, absolutely coordinated openings and closings, splendidly played pianissimos and passionate, yet style congruent fortissimos left not a trace of doubt that the Quartet understood the literature they took up. It was the Baroque we love and long to hear, the Baroque sounding at moments as if played on the most precious harpsichord.
—Alenka Bobinsky, Vijenac, Croatia
An extraordinary ensemble which captures with its outstanding performing technique, but also plays brought by sincere sentiments.
—Sergej Ćetković, Dan, Montenegro
For more than few years I haven’t heard something so exciting – after their performance, all that one could do was to get out and scream: VIVA GUITARRA!
—Zbigniew Dubiella, Świat Gitary, Poland
The performances by the Zagreb Guitar Quartet mesmerized the audiences.
—Asian News International, India
World-class level ensemble
—Branimir Pofuk, Jutarnji list, Zagreb
Guitarists capture music’s intelligence
—Michael Traub, The Citizen, Johannesburg