Tali Morgulis exhibits excellent pianism and musicianship in all the different works on this colorful album. © 2016 MusicWeb International Read complete review
Powerful, steady and subtle, the hands of pianist Tali Morgulis are a marvel. But don’t take my word for it; Morgulis’ latest effort, Archipelago of Light, is all the proof you’ll need. This compilation of Latin classical music shimmers like the sun over Rio, but retains the mystery of a night on the Amazon. …Morgulis’ performance of Alberto Ginastera’s Sonata No 1 represents some of the finest playing on the recording, demonstrating—beyond a shadow of a doubt—that the pianist’s ability is well matched to the technical demands of the material. © 2013 Scene Magazine Read complete review
…fascinating CD devoted to little-known music by composers from Brazil and Argentina. The artist and repertoire come together on this recording like an artfully balanced fresh green salsa — bright, lively and full of zest.
It’s a thoroughly delightful set of short pieces that depict the annual Carnaval celebration in Rio de Janeiro as if seen through the eyes of a child — one who is alternately delighted and bewildered by the sensory stimulation. © CBC Read complete review