In their quest to craft a musical language that is at once contemporary and rooted in the best of tradition, they each follow roads to that goal distinct from the other. What emerges then are statements of compelling power, originality, and often of beguiling beauty.

Crescenta Valley Weekly

Synchromy continues to be a group to watch, with well-thought-out programs and a diverse array of imaginative musicmaking.


The name Synchromy hints at all kinds of resonances: resonances between sound and color, between past and present, between art and life. With “Music from Text,” Synchromy really found itself – by living up to its name.


Settings from Pierrot Lunaire is, simply, a masterwork. William Kraft was in attendance and was acknowledged with enthusiastic applause and cheers by the audience at the conclusion of this expertly performed concert.

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