The only pre-formed group on the programme, the Moët Trio, showed the advantage of this in Schubert's E flat major Piano Trio, which was technically and interpretatively outstanding.
Naomi Sadler - Strad Magazine
Giving yet another shot at the challenging side of the trio world, the youthful Moët players did not fail to impress with their performance of Maurice Ravel’s Trio in A minor, a trio loaded with amazing displays ranging from the virtuosic to the colorful, its four movements lasting over twenty-five minutes.
David Patterson - The Boston Musical Intelligencer
On Tuesday, the Moët Trio — violinist Yuri Namkung, cellist Yves Dharamraj, and pianist Michael Mizrahi — gave sparkling performances of Beethoven's Piano Trio in D Major ("Ghost") and Brahms' Piano Trio No. 3 in C Minor. Separately and together, these are musicians you will want to hear repeatedly in coming years.
Janos Gereben - San Francisco Classical Voice