'it's a fine performace, but it's the programming that makes this unusual and a little bit special I think...an impressive debut for the Trio, it's a piano trio that already has that vital combination of unanimity of ensemble and musicianship, plus plenty of individual character and vitality'
Andrew McGregor, BBC Radio 3 Record Review / 25 November 2017
"Having perfectly created for us the rhapsodic near stasis of the Notturno, now they embraced, with equal conviction, the constant changes of the Dvorák Trio.
These arresting performances by Trio Isimsiz put vividly before their audience works perfectly expressive of two of the constant poles of Romanticism. Though they may call themselves the Trio “without a name”, these three young musicians, by the sensitivity and intensity of their performances, are rapidly making a considerable name for themselves – a name likely to grow bigger yet."
Seen and Heard International / Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama / February 2017
“Et une révélation : le Trio Isimsiz, formé en 2009 sur les bancs de la Guildhall School de Londres et distingué l'an passé au Concours international de Trondheim. L'Andante du Trio n°2 de Schubert, idéalement chanté, nous soufflait par le contrôle des timbres et la beauté des changements d'éclairage, entre murmure, exaltation et fatalisme. ”
Diapason / Festival de Stavanger Norway / August 2016
“The real highlight of this year’s festival were the performances of the Trio Isimsiz….they are well-matched players who demonstrated exquisite ensemble playing in their performances. From the Trio Isimsiz we will certainly hear a lot in the future.”
IOCO - Kultur im Netz / Festival de Stavanger Norway / August 2016
“There was an excellent rapport between these artists... passionate and so expressive… virtuosic playing from all the artists.”
Newbury News / Newbury Spring Festival / May 2015
“The trio (Isimsiz means “without a name” in Turkish) performed the Haydn with expressive delicacy… the Beethoven was immediately full of tension, as if musical elastic bands connected the players. The C Minor came out sounding utterly radical and unexpected. ”
The Argus / Brighton Dome / February 2014
“The Schubert B flat trio is a glorious work and the Isimsiz did justice to it ... the slow movement achingly beautiful.”
www.stringsattached.com / Brighton Dome / February 2014