"A stylistically fine rendition of Bach's Overture from the first Suite in C................their playing in the Sinfonia that introduced Bach's Easter Oratorio (BWV249), was idiomatically phrased"
"finely executed, with smoothly polished string playing" (Brian Chapple, In Memoriam)
"The London Pro Arte Percussion Ensemble accompanied in fine style producing their own high spot with Chavez's Toccata for Percussion" (Orff, Carmina Burana)
Bristol Evening Post
"They were exceptionally well balanced with sparkling rhythms and a fine sense of ensemble" (J S Bach, Christmas Oratorio)
"The composer's wife gives authoritative performances; the Orchestra provides excellent accompaniments, and everything is faithfully recorded" (Langlais works for organ & orchestra, CD review)
"The result is convincing, with a persuasive sense of commitment (eg the beginning of Solemn Psalm No 2). Murray Stewart has been able to avoid the formal and academic side of this music in a search for the right sonorities." (Langlais Psaumes Solennels, CD review)
Repertoire (F) No116, 8/98
"The interpretation of these works is a fine example of well integrated and characterised performances" (Langlais works for organ & orchestra, CD review)
Repertoire (F) No112, 4/98
"Marie-Louise Langlais brings naturally the fervour and spirit of these works, as well as an instrumental grandeur, to which the particularly vibrant strings of the LPAO respond under Murray Stewart"(Langlais works for organ & orchestra, CD review)
Diapason (F) No446, 3/98
"The orchestra follows him beautifully and the textures are fairly transparent. Given a group that can execute, there's a marvellous, caring detailed examination of the score" (Mozart Requiem, CD review)
Steve Schwartz, Internet
"Both of these highlighted the clean, precise tone of the Orchestra. There was a pleasing combination of attention to detail and expressiveness, making the music come to life" (Beethoven, Schubert)
"The excellent London Pro Arte Orchestra" (Durufle, Prokofiev, Walton)
Western Daily Press
"....an elegant and attractive account of the early Exsultate Jubilate motet " (Mozart) "....here was a work very well performed" (Magnificat, Brian Chapple)
"The Fantasy could scarcely have needed more dedicated advocates than these performers" (Beethoven)
"....most sonorously matched by the playing of the London Pro Arte Orchestra"
"....weaving through the work's richly coloured orchestral textures, efficiently provided here by the London Pro Arte Orchestra" (Szymanowski) "....Here the orchestra was at its most impressive" (Dvorak)
"....a joy to listen to"
Jyllands Posten, Denmark