"...a sure sense of architecture and control over dynamics and nuance..."

Los Angeles Times (USA)

"...virtuosity...musicality...lyrical performance...total mastery..."

The American Organist (USA)

"...spectacular. Duruflé’s opus 4, Prelude, Adagio and Chorale variations on the Veni Creator, has rarely sounded better...outstanding recital..."

The Diapason (USA)

"...she demonstrated that the venerable king of instruments can also function as an effective showcase for an organist with dazzling theatrical flair."

The Plain Dealer, Cleveland (USA)

" ...Miss Parker-Smith’s technique is overwhelming, combined with her impeccable taste and sense of musicianship..."

The Birmingham News (USA)

"British organist Jane Parker-Smith’s superior artistry thrilled a large Orgelfest crowd...She showed a dazzling technical polish that served a keen musicianship."

The Charleston Gazette (USA)

"Her playing freed the music from the printed page and it ascended into the cavernous room, stunning us all with its power and elegance."

Charleston Daily Mail (USA)

"... Jane Parker-Smith is without doubt one of the most brilliant organists of the post-war generation..."

Rhein Neckar Zeitung (Germany)

"...a second Jeanne Demessieux...definitely a great organ personality..."

NRC Handelsbad (The Netherlands)

"...formidable virtuosity..."

Rottersdam Nieuwsblad (The Netherlands)

"...fresh and vivacious approach to compositions...musical virtuosity and lively, humorous character..."

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (Germany)

" ...Jane Parker-Smith's fine tonal sense made her perfect technique a constant source offascination."

Neue Zürcher Zeitung (Switzerland)

 "...individuality...a feeling for tone-colour which was masterly..."

Ottawa Journal (Canada)

"...unforgettable performance...divine..."

South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)

"...virtuosity and charisma...playing of a seemingly adroit, highly skilled panache."

The Daily Telegraph (UK)

"...flair and distinction...a triumphant success...a memorable interpretation of a monumental work on a monumental instrument..."

The Organists’ Review (UK)