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Kati Agocs

"a moderate and decorous discourse..with a skillful assortment of moods and colors" - The Boston Musical Intelligencer

"resourceful...engages the ear by gathering and dispersing its energy in unexpected ways"  -The Boston Globe

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Kati Agocs

"Ms. Agócs’s work is a song cycle, its texts drawn from Latin, Hungarian, and English poetry and a letter from Joan of Arc in French. The fifth movement will be a setting of an Italian text, the piece’s point being the universality of the passions and the way they fire writers’ imaginations. A nimble imagination; a striking approach to accompaniment, responsive to the texts…Although her harmonic style can be fairly dense, her vocal writing has an almost 19th-century naturalness. She has, in other words, avoided the unnatural leaps and spiky rhythms frequently heard in vocal works by composers whose harmonic sense she has embraced.” 

- THE NEW YORK TIMES, Review of Imagination of Their Hearts as premiered by Brenda Patterson and Antares, January 2004 (Allan Kozinn) 

"The outstanding work [on the disc] is Kati Agócs's Imagination of Their Hearts (2004), a cycle for voice and four instruments setting medieval and folk poems in five languages..." 

 - BBC MUSIC MAGAZINE, Review of CD 'The Ice Age and Beyond' by Patricia Green and Midori Koga on Blue Griffin/Albany Label, June 2009


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Kati Agocs

"mesmerizing....takes a quintet through vast sonic terrain, from delicacy to angry density....evokes poetic images through floating gestures and thunderous sonorities" - The Cleveland Plain Dealer

"aurally gorgeous....this piece, written in the light of Schoenberg's 'Pierrot Lunaire', displays new constellations of timbre - some raw, some effervescent, some iridescent, some incandescent, and some luminous." - The New Music Connoisseur

"Muscular and direct... three intense and strongly contrasted movements...wide-ranging textures from cool soliloquy to crashing clusters" - Boston Musical Intelligencer

"A restless memento mori for Pierrot ensemble with a haunting pulse" - The Boston Globe

"We need to hear more of this composer" - Sarasota Observer

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Kati Agocs

“A philosophical/ religious discussion in the old style,  paired with fresh modernity….as a throbbing prayer, the movement scaled heighted rhythmic suspense to its conclusion…”

– The Boston Musical Intelligencer

“Modern, lyrical, and fugue-like in its interplay between the four players… a roller coaster of sound, emotion and technique.”

-Smile Politely (Champaign-Urbana’s Culture Magazine)

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