Piano Quartet in C minor / Sonata for Violin & Piano / In Black Ink
Piano Trio in E minor: "The Heart"
" ...the trio begins with a commanding Dramatico and Emma Jardine (violin), William Hewer (cello), and Benjamin Kopp (piano) present the simple and thematic opening on equal footing.... The piano opens Religioso - described in the notes as "a contemplative movement of hope". It's emotionally effective through resounding independent lines... The spirit of Saint-Saëns can be heard in the following Poco agitato, a frisky movement that leads into Inquieto. After a firery opening, it comes to a serene conclusion.
This work certainly has enough presence to hold its own on the album."
Stephanie Eslake, Limelight Magazine (June, 2016)
"... Anderson succeeds in capturing the most important element of chamber music - dialogue. No instrument dominates here; but for me the discourse between piano and cello is especially compelling... Unsettled modulations build in urgency and resolve in harmonic sun-showers. Anderson rewards the listener with majestic tutti and a glorious contrapuntal fourth moment tying together melodic ideas introduce earlier. This is my favourite piece of chamber music at the moment. Thoroughly recommended"
iTunes, Sydney Harbour Listener