Michael J. LoPresti
"Cellist Stinson [who] was featured as a soloist on Luigi Boccherini's Concerto No. 3 in G Major for Cello and Orchestra... commanded the stage with her emotive and technical skill on a piece that the composer wrote to demonstrate his own cello virtuosity."
Syracuse Post-Standard
Steven Ritter's review of Lines
"All through these pieces the one constant of Caroline Stinson's gorgeous instrument carries the common tune, and a beautiful one it is. She has it all, fabulous tone, great technique, innate musicality, and a real sense of how to project a wide variety of contemporary music. Even though the majority of this recital is for solo cello, Stinson never lets the energy or interest waver for even a moment — her skills at programming are as obvious here as her musical talent. The diversity in these works makes sure that the entire gamut of cello playing is covered, and there is simply no place to hide for any cellist lacking the confidence. Stinson has it in abundance, and has given us a superb debut recital that is certain to bode great things for the future as well."
Fanfare Magazine

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Bloch: Suite for Cello solo no 3
Sessions: Pieces (6) for Cello solo
Harbison: Suite for Solo Cello
Lutoslawski: Grave
Stucky: Dialoghi
Waggoner: Le Nom (Upperline)
Weesner: Possible Stories
Boulanger: Pieces (3) for Cello and Piano
Carter: Figment

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