Bayrischer Rundfunk, Klassik
An encounter with sounds, felt to the marrow, full of beguiling crystalline purity and fragility, of a deep poetry and contemplation.
Four outstanding instrumentalists who have become hopelessly addicted to the alphorn and all its derivatives.
NZZ am Sonntag
Hornroh’s sounds captivate audiences with lightness and transparency: characteristics that one would hardly think the cumbersome horns capable of.
Peter Rüedi, Weltwoche
Edgy, abstract intervals, heart-rending twilight songs – this groovy Buchel choir elevates the supernatural yearning potential of the natural horn. The dramaturgy of the whole performance is striking. The sequence of contrasts is built with much humour. Touching, amusing, explosive and meditative.
Monte travel – Alpines Internetportal
The music of Hornroh is characterized by the urge to renew traditional Alpine music without losing its traditional symbolism. Therein is the incomparable charm of this music. www.monte.travel
Musik & Theater Magazine
The alphornquartet Hornroh, at least since it appeared at the Lucerne Festival to a wider audience familiar with classical music, fascinated from the first to the last bar.