Suite for Handbells & Orchestra, Opus
". . .a remarkable ice-breaker. . ."
Allen Ulrich - San Francisco Examiner
". . .an attractive, ear-opening work. . ."
Joshua Kosman - San Francisco Chronicle
". . .bracing, immensely likeable. . ."
". . .ranging from a jagged Toccata . . . to a misty, shimmering Lento.
". . .irresistibly exotic. . ."
". . .reminiscent of the Orientalism of Lou Harrison. . ."
". . .exciting, new stuff. . ."
". . .enthusiastically received. . ."
Roger Yim - The Oakland Tribune
". . .a unique contribution to the orchestral repertoire. . ."
". . .sinuous instrumental solos and the incorporation of silence as part
of the music. . ."
". . .The audience's response was enthusiastic. . ."
R. Lepin - Hills Publications
"Y Después", Opus 94
". . .This work of only seven minutes feels larger than
its length, capturing the contrast between human transience and nature's
implacable indifference with stunning eloquence. It sent chills down this
reviewer's spine. . ."
Elliott Kaback - 21st Century Magazine