Chicago Tribune, July 2016

In sympathetic partnership with Andrew Davis, whose bona fides as an Elgar conductor have been long established, the cellist gave this masterpiece a searching, even eloquent, reading. Together Weilerstein, Davis and the orchestra bought out the music’s autumnal nostalgia and regret with the kind of aching tenderness that is not at all easy to carry off successfully. However carefully the reading had been worked out, it felt wonderfully spontaneous.