Chicago Classical Review

"Grossman played (Vaughan Williams, The Lark Ascending) with enviable purity of tone and conveyed the atmosphere with refined feeling. His long fade to silence was magical and beautifully assayed."

Stadt Sulzbach-Rosenberg

"Hal Grossman opened the program and with the first singing sounds of his violin he began to transform the somber concert hall into a magical castle in which the audience heard extraordinary, meaningful and magnificent music."

The Lima News

"In the Mozart Concerto #4 Grossman captured the ear with his vibrant tone and crystal clear sounds...the listener was not conscious of the faultless technique but rather was aware of the beautiful musical results."

North Carolina Spectator

"The music was brought to life by means of superb technique, outstanding artistic sense, and a great deal of inflection."

Traverse City Record-Eagle

"Violinist Hal Grossman plays with tremendous virtuosic technique, which the Khachaturian (Concerto for Violin) demands, but he offers more than that. While making it appear effortless, his music sparkles, sobs hopelessly, rages angrily and shouts joyously."

Stadt Sulzbach-Rosenberg

"The violinist Hal Grossman is an excellent and sensitive virtuoso with brilliant technique who makes each of his violin strings sing."

Battle Creek Enquirer

"Violinist Hal Grossman turned out beautifully crafted phrases that were poignantly expressive."