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Laurence Vittes
Gramophone, April 2015

The crack, idiomatic performances bode well for Inscape’s next Sono Luminus recording… © 2015 Gramophone Read complete review on Gramophone



Chris Morgan
Scene Magazine, November 2014

The marriage of contemporary and traditional soundscapes is evident on this recent CD-Blu-ray release from Sono Luminus…and [the pieces here] are intended to encompass the broadening palette of sonic universes that the contemporary symphonist can access. Music that makes the past seem new, while making what’s new seem like it’s always been here, waiting to be heard. © 2014 Scene Magazine




Mel Martin
Audiophile Audition, November 2014

…the entire disc is a good straight-through listen. Atonal in places, melodic in others, it’s a worthwhile journey through the minds of some young and up-and-coming composers.

The recording is superb, just what we have come to expect from Sono Luminus. © 2014 Audiophile Audition Read complete review




Lawrence D. Devoe, MD
Blu-rayDefinition.com, October 2014

Inscape continues to be one of the most creative and interesting chamber ensembles currently performing. The virtue of this program is that enables us to hear works that will certainly be…musically rewarding. Fortunately, each piece receives the audio “red carpet” treatment from the Sono Luminus recording team. © 2014 Blu-rayDefinition.com Read complete review



Lawrence Schenbeck
PS Audio, September 2014

The excellent chamber ensemble Inscape is made up of musicians from the D. C. area and the Chesapeake Bay region. They just play the socks off this music, plus works by a bunch of other young or youngish Americans you’ve also probably never heard of. Strongly recommended. © 2014 PS Audio Read complete review





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