"The effect was transporting — a small miracle of precision and musical electricity."
Los Angeles Times:
“Lively virtuosity and... a wonderful feeling of vivacious spontaneity, belied by stunning precision.”
"An excellent ensemble that puts the lie to the lingering notion that old music performers choose period instruments because they’re not good enough on the modern ones. Each of the Musica Pacifica artists… is a genuine virtuoso.”
Early Music America Magazine:
"Musica Pacifica's [program at the Berkeley Early Music Festival] included a virtuoso performance of Telemann's Quartet No. 3 that left the audience gasping and applauding before it even finished."