“unaffected, poetic and fresh” (Thüringer Allgemeine)

“vibrant and robust” (Early Music America)

“… in Ensemble Lucidarium’s interpretation, the music did not seem at all ‘historical:’ relaxed and lustfully played, it seemed as fresh as on the first day” (BLZ Basel)

“The whole group works like a perfectly-oiled machine, where everyone knows exactly what to do, changing improvisational style from piece to piece with an expertise that left the public astounded and delighted.” (Messaggero Veneto)

“music that leapt effortlessly across the centuries” (The Whole Note, Toronto)