Jeremy Hulin, (music professor at Maastricht Conservatorium and, from 1993 to 2005, first conductor at Aachen Opera Theatre) on the First Symphony: “…everything seems to grow organically from the beginning with a lot of variety in it and a lot of open-air atmosphere.”

Mike Wheeler (music critic for Music and Vision) on Danses pour Quatuor): “expertly scored, witty and compellingly argued.”

Gerald Elias (composer and former member of the violin section of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, then Associate Concertmaster of the Utah Symphony Orchestra and first violinist with the Abramyan String Quartet) on Danses pour Quatuor: “I enjoyed listening to the Danses which I found clever and engaging” and on the Violin Concerto: “would be a strong addition to any program.”

Peggy Nolan (cellist with the Eblana String Trio) on the Piano Quartet (for DSCH): “the string writing was very well written indeed! Everything was very logical and we enjoyed the interplay between parts. Thank you for your wonderful music.”