"One of the most gifted and more musically intelligent of all the early music groups currently before the public" - Musical Opinion.
"the members of The Musicke Companye have conquered the hearts of the St. Mark's Festival audience, giving a concert that will surely remain one of the Festival's highlights" - Jutarnji List, Zagreb.
"Paul Esswood is surely the counter-tenor all Handelians have been searching for" The Listener.
"The continuo playing is a delight - a wiry bass line from the cello of Jennifer Janse and stylish realisations from Helen Rogers who also dashes off a fluent account of 'The Harmonious Blacksmith" Early Music News.
"the harpsichordist Helen Rogers and cellist Jennifer Janse were at one with the singers" -
Hallands Nyheter, Sweden.
"Jennifer Janse plunged herself passionately into the waves of Vivaldi's A minor sonata and J.S. Bach's G major Suite with the remarkable continuo support of Helen Rogers" Jutarnji List, Zagreb.
"I thought Philippa Hyde's singing outstanding - gorgeous tone, superb clarity and a lovely freshness of sound" East Anglian Daily Times.
"Not only did she (Philippa Hyde) have a beguiling stage presence and pure vocal tone, but she was able to impart passion into the music." Early Music Review.
"Paul Esswood sang with stylish conviction throughout and excelled with nicely judged ornamentation in his arias" The Guardian.
"Esswood sings the love poems set to music by Dowland and Purcell with such sensitivity, and with such vocal beauty and flexibility, that hearing this record becomes an exciting pleasure" Alte Musik Aktuell, Germany.
"The resonant clarity of his genuine alto and musicianship were to be cheered" San Francisco Chronicle.