"...dazzlingly good chamber ensemble…
exuberantly expressive, intimate style…
gorgeously idiomatic playing’
The Times
Monday 08 Nov 2004
Times. Evening Standard, Musical Pointers

We all know how ten-year-olds love to party. And the dazzlingly good chamber ensemble
The Fibonacci Sequence threw a big one: lunchtime concert, rehearsal, talk, evening concert, cabaret and, who knows, dancing till dawn. New recruits have recently joined the artistic director Kathron Sturrock and other core members, but they seem to have settled into the Fibs exuberantly expressive, intimate style......(The Times)



Gillian Tingay's luscious, full-bodied tone rippling away in Baxís Elegiac trio proved to be one of the highlights .... lovely bassoon work from Richard Skinner ....
Paul Archibald the excellent trumpeter........ these fine players, led by Stephanie Gonley and Steve Stirling, gave a colourful account of Till Eulenspiegel's exploits
(The Times and Evening Standard)



.......in Mozart's G minor piano quartet Kathron Sturrock's judicious touch and perfect ensemble reminded us that she is one of the most stylish chamber music pianists around. Balance was ideal (which is not easy) - achieved maybe with the help of a listener at rehearsal or, more likely, intuitively amongst these marvellous musicians; magic. (Musical Pointers)



For the sincerity and spontaneity of their playing, and the imagination of their programming, The Fibonacci Sequence are hard to beat. An evening in their company is always well spent (Evening Standard)