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Radius Ensemble (L to R from the back row): Adrian Morejon, bassoon; Miriam Bolkosky, cello; Jennifer Montbach, oboe, Artistic Director; Sarah Bob, piano; Anne Howarth, horn; Sarah Brady, flute; Eran Egozy, clarinet; Gabriela Diaz, violin; Noriko Futagami Herndon, viola. Photo by Kate Lemmon.



Radius Ensemble (L to R from top): Noriko Futagami Herndon, viola; Sarah Brady, flute; Jennifer Montbach, oboe, Artistic Director; Sarah Bob, piano; Miriam Bolkosky, cello; Adrian Morejon, bassoon; Anne Howarth, horn;  Gabriela Diaz, violin; Eran Egozy, clarinet. Photo by Kate Lemmon.



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Press Quotes


“The performance was committed to wistfulness, any possible irony banished behind leisurely tempi and lush sounds.” (Matthew Guerrieri, Boston Globe)

“Brady and Zdorovetchi gave a sharp-creased and smartly polished rendition of the ingenious back-dated check that is Astor Piazzolla’s 1986 “Histoire du Tango.” (Matthew Guerrieri, Boston Globe)

“Longy’s Pickman Hall was packed, and I, not-quite-geriatric, felt like one of the oldest people in the audience. Radius is clearly doing something right to attract such a large, youthful following.” (Susan Miron, Boston Musical Intelligencer)

“Flutist Sarah Brady and harpist Ina Zdorovetchi gave it [Piazzolla’s Histoire du Tango] the performance of a lifetime—spectacular from beginning to end, and enlivened by their dauntless virtuosity and musicality.” (Susan Miron, Boston Musical Intelligencer)

“The Radius Ensemble deserves some sort of prize for inspired programming…” (Vance Koven, Boston Musical Intelligencer)

“…grippingly gutsy…superb programming choice…precise and engaging…” (David Griesinger, Boston Musical Intelligencer)

“‘Parfait’ is a kind of layered dessert. It’s also the French word for ‘perfect.’ It would be hard to call any concert of music perfect, but the one – titled “Parfait’’ – that Radius Ensemble presented at Longy School of Music on Saturday was layered and both savory and sweet, a toothsome end to any evening.” (Jeffrey Gantz, Boston Globe)

“Throughout…the ensemble played with a luxurious joy.” (Stefanie Lubkowski, Boston Musical Intelligencer)

“An evening with the Radius Ensemble is quite like no other…It has been a while since such spontaneous enthusiasm has burst forth from a Boston audience.” (David Patterson, Boston Musical Intelligencer)

“Hooray for this daring programming here in Boston. Luscious sounds radiated.” (David Patterson, Boston Musical Intelligencer)

“Artistic Director Jennifer Montbach and her circle of musicians issued an alert. Some of the finest professionals around can still find a youthful enthusiasm which shines so obviously in their programming and performance.” (David Patterson, Boston Musical Intelligencer)

“Radius Ensemble and its artistic director, Jennifer Montbach, are clearly doing something right… Radius has earned the trust of its core audience.” (Jeremy Eichler, Boston Globe)

“Radius is energetic and eclectic…in complete command, a performance bursting with color…” (Matthew Guerrieri, Boston Globe)

“Saturday’s performance was enjoyably freewheeling and energetic … drawn with rewarding delicacy [and] traversed with high spirits.” (Jeremy Eichler, Boston Globe)


Complete archive:

Boston Globe

October 20, 2015: Radius premieres Elena Ruehr’s ‘Quetzal Garden’

November 25, 2014: Radius demonstrates its ‘Pluck’ at Pickman Hall

October 7, 2013: Radius Ensemble opens 15th season

March 5, 2012: Spectral sounds from Radius Ensemble

November 14, 2011: Parfait is a many-layered treat

March 8, 2011: A lesson in style and storytelling from the Radius Ensemble

November 16, 2010: Radius plays Marti Epstein premiere

March 9, 2009: Marking a decade of adventurous music making

September 29, 2008: At 10, Radius is energetic and eclectic

November 19, 2007: Radius Ensemble leaves lasting impression

May 9, 2007: A radiant performance of an unusual work

November 25, 2002: Radius is very accessible, somewhat successful

January 29, 2002: Radius ensemble is first-rate

January 31, 2001: Radius displays excellent range



September 16, 2015: Classic with a Twist



November 14, 2008: Classical Rock Band



May 7, 2015: Radius Ensemble’s “Insight” – As Probing As Ever


October 20, 2015: Radius Ensemble Sends Us Orbiting

May 3, 2015: Radius Still Reaching After 16 Seasons

March 8, 2015: Historical Works for the Future & Some of the Past

November 24, 2014: Radius radiates new and old

October 12, 2014: Radius Encircles Mixed Rep

May 5, 2014: Radius Ensemble Players Enjoy Themselves

November 26, 2013: Warm Fusion at Longy

October 7, 2013: Radius Charms

May 14, 2013: The Alchemists of Radius

November 11, 2012: Radius Shared Sonic Love

October 8, 2012: Radius’s Inspired Programming

May 10, 2012: Kinetic Energy, Sonorous Pleasure from Radius

March 4, 2012: Radius Ensemble Connects

November 16, 2011: Sensual Woodwinds, Fresh Presentations from Radius

October 2, 2011: Radius’s Audial Splashes and Sixth Sense

May 16, 2011: Radius Picks up on MIT’s Celebratory Mood

March 7, 2011: Fire, Water and Ivory Soap from Radius

November 14, 2010: Texture and Timbre from Radius Ensemble

October 3, 2010: Evocations of Agrarian and Café Romp from Radius Ensemble

March 14, 2010: Mixes and Matches of Colors by Radius Ensemble at MIT

March 8, 2009: Full Radius of Color and Expression


Bay Windows

January 9, 2003: The year in review

May 23, 2002: The young upstarts

November 23, 2000: Bringing young people in


September 2007: Chords from Radius


September 27, 2006: It’s the music, stupid


October 7, 2004: The arts of autumn