Reviews of Recordings

Brion • Sindbad • Exiles / Naxos Reviews

“splendid collection of chamber and vocal works”
   — Joshua Kosman, The San Francisco Chronicle

“splendid recording of four fascinating chamber and vocal works”
    — Anthony Tommasini, The New York Times

“moments of surpassing beauty, moments when one is driven to stop and consider”
   — Ira Byelick, American Record Guide

“pieces of scrupulous craft and exceptional freshness, which makes each seems like an important contribution”
   — Robert Carl, Fanfare

“very personal blend of immediate lucidness and sonic creativity that produces an extremely compelling result”
   — Carson Cooman, Fanfare

“deeply haunting in its introspection”
   — Frank J. Oteri, NewMusicBox

“a very strong outing that begs for a sequel”
   — Christian Carey, sequenza21

“very engaging, well crafted, inspired”
   — Grego Applegate Edwards, Gapplegate Music Review

“always sonically fresh, timbrally seductive”
   — Robert Carl, Fanfare

Variations on a Summer Day • Piano Quartet / Open G

“enchanting and unpredictable”
   — Joshua Kosman, San Francisco Chronicle

Toccatas / Sono Luminus

“effortless navigate the genre with a non-formulaic outlook and fresh harmonic
invention at all times”
   — Jed Distler, Classics Today

Virginal / Albany

“a Stravinskian neoclassicism for the age of Bang on a Can”
   — Ian Quinn, American Record Guide