"The evening opened with Shenanigan, a hoedown whirl of symphonic fun...a burst of party energy..."
- THE TORONTO STAR, Review of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, 28 September 2012 (John Terauds)
"As a warmup to all the musical drama promised for the rest of the evening, we heard a buoyant, tidy rendition of Shenanigan, a 4-minute orchestral hoedown Windsor native Kati Agócs wrote for the Hamilton Philharmonic Orhcestra in 2010. It's a fun, accessible piece that shows off a symphony orchestra's full breadth, and deserves to be heard again."
- MUSICAL TORONTO, Review of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, 27 September 2012
"Shenanigan begins with loud dissonance, but soon works in a simple tune based on the interval of a fourth that captures the essence of Atlantic Canada's reels. Driven along by the strings, it is a showpiece for solo flute and for percussion. Shenanigan whirls with the energy, struggle, and humour of the people of our region."
- THE ST. JOHN'S TELEGRAM, "Cheng, David Navigate the Greats", 30 September 2013 (Jean Snook)