Acclaim
 

"If there's any way to characterise Trevino's approach to Mahler, it is that he is neither bashful nor shy. Trevino had the orchestra running on all cylinders and then some – the NSO has rarely sounded so rich, so controlled and played with such attention to detail."

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Michael Roddy, Bachtrack

Treviño moulded the drama into perfect proportion, and his players captured all the beauty, tragedy and sardonic humour of the music...

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Rohan Shotton, Bachtrack

“From the opening pantheistic fanfare [of Mahler’s Third] from eight horns we were in the hands of someone who believes in this extraordinary piece, and had something to say about it."

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Roy Westbrook, Bachtrack

“His [Trevino’s] progress through Mahler’s vast Third Symphony was a real ear-opener, in which control, judgment, insight and a clear-eyed appraisal of the heights and depths of Mahler’s world were irresistible in their cohesion… "

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Peter Reed, Classical Source
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