The Strad: The ARC Ensemble’s Fitelberg album is first-class music, well played and recorded.

The Strad reviews the ARC Ensemble’s Chamber Works by Jerzy Fitelberg:

[T]hese are all premiere recordings of fine music. The ARC Ensemble does the composer proud.  The First Quartet, written in 1926, opens and closes with a Presto full of motoric bustle, with an interlude for some quirky, wistful violin playing from Erika Raum. In the three inner movements, full of innovative writing and colourful textures, the playing is neat and often exuberant.[…] This is a disc worth hearing: first-class music, well played and recorded.

The ARC Ensemble’s recent album includes Fitelberg’s String Quartet No. 2 (1928), which the ARC Ensemble performed in Pro Musica Hebraica’s Spring 2015 concert.

The recordings are available on Amazon.