Dr. Tian Dayton, HuffPost April 4, 2015, writing about Treuille’s Requiem:

“I had that experience of being immersed in art that is so much a part of living … that sense of pleasure and privilege at being a part of something that you know adds beauty to the world. The music did what real art does, it elevated those witnessing into a moment that connected us and gave us a glimpse into the mystery.

 

Stephen Kaye, The Millbrook Independent, February 4, 2015, writing about Treuille’s Requiem:

“....the effect was lightness and grace. The overall effect was one of power, the harnessing of music on a massive scale making profound words real and moving.”