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Allen Gimbel
American Record Guide, July 2016

…excellent singers. © 2016 American Record Guide Read complete review on American Record Guide



James H. North
Fanfare, July 2016

Moravec’s music is as fresh as Shakespeare’s words, charming, light, and rhythmic, as befits music for the dance, yet delicate and sensitive to the longeurs of A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Love’s Labour’s Lost. Harmonies are continually winning: colorful but never abrasive. © 2016 Fanfare Read complete review



Donald Rosenberg
Gramophone, May 2016

Moravec summons characters, speeches and atmospheres from The Tempest in his Pulitzer Prize-winner, which is scored for violin, cello, clarinet and piano. Ariel, Prospero and Caliban are depicted in music of vivid personality. Silken textures abound in Moravec’s glistening sound world. © 2016 Gramophone Read complete review on Gramophone



Dianne Wells
The WholeNote, April 2016

Two of the three works on this recording, Amorisms and Tempest Fantasy, are based on the Bard’s works. In writing Amorisms, …Moravec speaks of the challenges of writing engaging music for both, whilst not detracting from the dance performance. The resultant music, with recurring, carefully pruned texts, provides a gorgeous and evocative palette to enhance the stage performance. © 2016 The WholeNote Read complete review




Infodad.com, January 2016

Moravec’s attractive handling of classical forms, without being slavishly bound to them, comes through to fine effect throughout. © 2016 Infodad.com Read complete review





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