“The performance was outstanding. A masterly performance by Emilía Rós.” J S – Fréttablaðið

“… and so it proves in the performance of Jolivet’s Chant de Linos, with its astonishing cascading roulades, … Pierre Sancan’s Sonatine again demands great virtuosity from flute and piano alike but has real charm; it also has a haunting slow movement that shows flautist and pianist at their most touchingly sensitive. The two lovely Fauré pieces, Morceau de concours and the familiar Sicilienne, are no less captivating and just as delightfully played, … Throughout the programme, both artists join to create a perfect partnership.” Ivan March – The Gramophone

“Portrait – beautifully sounding … Her sound is immensely beautiful without excessive vibrato, razor sharp when needed, as well as remarkably well in tune …”  RÖP – Morgunblaðið

“Emilía Rós Sigfúsdóttir and Ástríður Alda played the Sonata in D major op. 94 by Prokofiev for flute and piano magnificently, the interpretation was focused and unrestrained, while being precise and prevailing.” JS – Morgunblaðið

“,,… the flute and the cello performed the Assobio a Játo superbly, displaying great skills with immersion but featuring also vibrant, multi-style eloquence as implausible sound profusion.” RÖP – Morgunblaðið

“Captivating night-butterfly… played exuberantly. Last on the programme, Emilia Ros Sigfusdottir played Solitude…..Her gentler musical interpretation was heartfelt and impressive.” RÖP – Morgunblaðið

“Although the piece was not technically demanding it was played with immersion and managed to ignite the imagination of the audience.” RÖP – Morgunblaðið