concertoAlton played with rounded tone and ideal phrasing…an outstanding artist.   –Ron Emery, Albany Times Union

Cellist Ann Alton showed her impressive technique and hearty style.   (Carnegie/Weill Hall)  –Peter Haley, Albany Times Union

The Brahms Sonata was a dialogue “tout en finesse” between the two musicians.    –Parisien Liberé de l’Essonne

Ann Alton is a particularly gifted cellist with fine sensitivity… a first class performer.   –Bernard Greenhouse

Interprété avec beaucoup de brio et de maitrise.  —Republicain, Villemoisson-sur-Orge (France)

A most interesting, often passionate evening of chamber music.  Alton’s playing throughout the evening was superb, clearly heartfelt.  — Vox in Camera

Alton and Coyiuto brought out the elegiac tenderness, depth and  brilliance of one of Rachmaninoff’s most inspired and beautiful works.  –Celine Pil, Manila Times

Mahler’s Adagietto was by far the most sublime moment of the program, as if time stood still…Led by principal cellist Ann Alton, the cellos and basses played passionately with a soul stirring, seamless phrasing.  — Joseph Caulkins, Florida Weekly

Reviews for ACE Trio                                                           

ACEThe intimacy the trio forged was in close rapport with the orchestra.  All soloists in their own right, they played their parts in admirable oneness. The dance-like rhythm of the third movement pulsated with graceful zest.  A rousing performance.  —Antonio  C. Hila, Philippine Daily Enquirer

The Triple Concerto was a triple threat.  Each performer demonstrated masterful skill and sensitive artistry.  Their tones were luminous, refined, and elegant.  –Rosalinda Oroso,   Philippine Star

Captivating from the first note to the last.  —Christian Espiritu,  AAVA News

The Brahms trio was played with fervor and passion.  —Celine Pil, Manila Times