Scott Brothers Duo are well known for their performances of music for
the exciting combination of four hands at one piano. They constantly
explore entertaining programmes which bring together cornerstones of
the repertoire as well as their own virtuosic transcriptions.
Jonathan and Tom's performances are 'sensitively voiced' and 'tonally
beguiling' (INTERNATIONAL PIANO MAGAZINE) with 'watertight ensemble'
and a 'vital, energised approach' to the music (MUSICWEB INTERNATIONAL).
they manage to articulate these priceless miniatures with an ear-tweaking
reminiscent of the Kontarsky Brothers, while at the same time maintaining
the kind of seductive cantabile
weve come to expect from the Labèque Sisters in recent
INTERNATIONAL PIANO MAGAZINE
"the tour de force for the evening was Liszt's Hungarian
Rhapsody which was not only an electrifying finale but an enviable display
of virtuosity as well. 'It is music influenced by the themes heard around
the gypsy camp fire, and was tremendously popular, at the time' Jonathan
And judging by the avalanche of applause, it still is."