" The soloist was Kathleen Rudolph, a virtuoso flutist, who played stunningly."
The Star and News, Washington, D.C.
" .....a major artist, Rudolph's tone and phrasing are simply beyond reproach..."
" Rudolph's technical fluidity had the throw-away effortlessness that made it all seem second nature, capping one densely ornamental passage with another. This ability to sustain musical grace under technical pressure was even more successful in Bach's Partita in a minor for unaccompanied flute, and in music where one instrument is forced to create the impression of two being played, everything was clear, articulated with lively decision and precision, with a tone that held roundly true through the extreme compass of Bach's writing."
The Vancouver Sun
" Miss Rudolph played with assurance..."
The Washington Post
"Among the many highlights...the "Poem" for flute and strings by American Charles Griffes, in a sterling performance by flutist Kathleen Rudolph."
"The flute performance by Rudolph was superb. She brought to the work a clean technique, with precise breath control and intervals, producing a bright and often-exhilarating sound."
"Kathleen's aerial flute, light, infinitely nuanced had exquisite lyricisms...one of the best flutists in Canada."
Le Soleil de Columbie
"an astounding flute virtuoso in some breathtaking musical offerings."
Peace Arch News
"Rudolph made something exquisite of the flute solo above pizzacato strings by spinning out its operatic lines in long and breathless phrases."
The Georgia Straight
"Sharon and Kathleen Rudolph, have brought out a pleasant selection of flute-and- piano works, and both play beautifully."
"I enjoy Rudolph's and Sharon's performance a great deal: it is a pleasure to hear such a good piece played this well."
American Record Guide
"the wide dynamic range and sweets sounds of the flute embellished the composer's intentions and became part of a very enjoyable experience."
The Campbell River Mirror