After the intermission the Brahms A-major piano quartet, Op. 26, was clearly a work that EMIC has in its collective bones. In chamber music playing of such depth and refinement it would be invidious to single out individual players, so I won’t. Suffice it to say that all four members of EMIC are outstanding performers in their own right, and blend their talents beautifully to create a truly homogenous and rich sound. The Brahms performance was greeted with an enthusiastic standing ovation.
— Robin Elliot – Musical Toronto, May 2015