"With professional design of phrasing, pronunciation and dynamics, the two tenors, the baritone and the two basses use the human sound scale altogether. Their singing technique is almost vibrateless intonation. The absolutely pure, unadulterated sound enchants, "musica assoluta!" The tenors also sound in the treble range of high women's voices; the deep bass roars as an organ point. The tempi of the three pieces were very slow, produced almost unreal moods by the excellently coordinated differentiated harmonies." - Premiere of Jörg Widmann's Nursery and Nonsense Verse with the Munich Chamber Orchestra, SCHWÄBISCHE, October 22, 2017

"The performance proceeded so tightly, so coherently, I easily forgot the challenges faced and surmounted. There is a seemingly effortless ensemble among the members of amarcord, no obvious leader or cues, yet each minutely attuned to the others. With their precise placement of consonants and articulation, there is clearly a single, shared musical impulse among the five singers."   - "Precise Intonation, Shared Impulse from amarcord" The Boston Musical Intelligencer, April 4, 2011

"The ensemble's vocal blend was so perfect, it was difficult to believe there were five singing voices...a great concert from beginning to end!"   - Works by Saint-Saens, Mendelssohn, Janacek, Elgar, and folk songs, El Paso Inc., November 30, 2009