"The understated, sonic beauty of Kati Agócs's Hymn performed by the Prism Saxophone Quartet was a haunting work that resonated with me. It explored the contrast between the independent instrumental parts within the timbral unity of the ensemble. It was one piece that could have been longer. A rare quality in new music."
- HURDAUDIO.BLOGSPOT.COM, Review of 2011 Bang on a Can Marathon, New York:
"Kati Agócs’s beautiful Coloratura incorporates both the vocal and intervallic strengths of the saxophone. It’s made up of six short motets that are modeled after choral music; a sighing “Introit,” a pensive “Laud,” a nervous “Hoquetus,” a “Lamentation” that features quiet chattering, a poised, eruptive “Fuging Tune” and a gorgeous “Hymn” that begins with the warmth of Das Rheingold."
- THE BIG CITY (NEW YORK), FOUR BROTHERS BLOG, Review of CD "Breath Beneath" by the PRISM Saxophone Quartet, February 2010