“Most importantly, for all its trickery, Duality remains as appealing as it is brainy. Those who don’t want to pick apart the compositional quirks can simply enjoy the sound of three imaginative players refusing to stay static. The leap they take here is an ambitious success, playfully reflecting a range of intriguing possibilities, then collapsing them into something both challenging and fun.”

Geno Thackara, All About Jazz

“Although the music is beautifully executed, it is the superb compositions that turn this album into a first class musical experience. Full of great harmonies and lyrical melody lines the music is captivating and flows with a remarkable coherence and elegance.”

Adam Baruch, PolishJazz

“Quantum trio has magically created a sound that takes the best qualities from: classical music, jazz, avant-garde, and the singable melodies of pop, to form their own unique style. (…) it implies a course of difference, remains firmly connected and highly alluring, with just the right pinch of cerebral.”

Nolan DeBuke, The Jazz Word

“Quantum Trio’s Duality is a journey of a multidimensional and completely engaging genre – both for those who are engaged in jazz on a daily basis, as well as for those, who are involved only occasionally. Each journey brings new sensations and discoveries.”

Marta Szostak, JazzPRESS

“Quantum Trio is a band that uses the minimum of means to achieve a great effect: making the listener feel the complete, unseen and foremost perspective of music.”

Marta Jundziłł,

” This is a highly ingenious double album that plays with jazz in new and interesting ways. I cannot recommend it enough!”

Dave Tremblay, Can This Even Be Called Music?

“… suggestive portion of European jazz, rather from the mainstream, but at the same time thought out and unconventional.”

Jakub Knera, Nowe Idzie Od Morza

“Duality: Particles & Waves is one of the most interesting this year’s jazz albums released in Poland, and in addition is so accessible that not only the fans of the genre will find pleasure in listening to it.”

Jarosław Kowal,