“A rare treat, sandwiched between Mozart’s Exultate Jubilate and Seán Ó. Riada’s Mise Eire: the brief but effective Aisling by Solfa Carlile, a student of Joseph Horovitz at the Royal College of Music […] unashamedly romantic, adept at conjuring up an instant atmosphere” Martin Anderson, Tempo

“It is refreshing to find such a rare, delicate gift as Carlile’s; her youth belies a determined, contemplative spirit” Vicki Love, The Examiner 2007

“Solfa Carlile’s Sounds is a witty response to the playful ideas of Brendan Kennelly’s poem” Michael Dervan, The Irish Times 2010

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