Gramophone Magazine

“What is most striking about this performance is that, thanks to the brilliance of Simon Lane at the piano, the virtuosity of the piano-writing is thrillingly brought out.”

Strad Magazine

“From Lane’s arresting opening in Debussy’s Sonata, the young duo (cellist Philip Higham and Simon) really carries the listener with it, and there’s a satisfying sense of rightness to the placing of every note.”

Strad Magazine

“It took only a few bars of Beethoven’s C minor Sonata from pianist Simon Lane for me to sense that I was going to hear a real partnership…”

Bristol Evening Post

“an inspired partner”

The Daily Telegraph

“Stillman and Lane……combined tenderness, wistful nostalgia and red-blooded passion in an interpretation of terrific distinction and compelling emotional force.” link to original article

The Times

“Stillman and Lane held their nerve and revealed exemplary technique in Lutoslawski’s explosive and fiendishly testing Subito” link to original article

The Times

“Lucas gave a poignantly sober performance of Anthony Payne’s wonder-filled setting of Edward Thomas’s Adlestrop, with her fine pianist, Simon Lane, activating “all the birds of Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire”.” link to original article