Edward Arron is not only one of New York's most exciting young cellists but also an inventive impresario. The New Yorker


The young, gifted and accomplished players all seem on the verge of significant careers, as exemplified by the superb cellist Edward Arron. The New York Times


There was plenty to please - the unaffected eloquence of the Adagio of Bach's D Major Sonata, for example, or the way he carved a compelling narrative out of the first movement of Ligeti's Solo Sonata. The Strad


...the well-spoken and affable cellist Edward Arron... The New York Times


Arron displayed a satiny tone and a light, elegant touch in the Haydn, whose bearish technical demands belie its classic gentility. He sang out beautifully in the Adagio, and his artistic sensibility was uncompromising throughout. The Cincinnati Post