The reading of the score, unhurried and meticulous, allows us to savour every one of Schumann’s layers

Miquel Gené · Revista Musical Catalana
[04/02/2016]

The mixture and nature of their sound gives an obvious soundness to the orchestra, thanks to the work of its leading conductor, Tomàs Grau, who is a trained artist with a subtle style and sound judgment

Arturo Reverter · Scherzo
[01/05/2015]

Tomàs Grau was able to maintain the conceptual essence of the movements of the work with a large orchestral response

Lluís Trullén · Revista Musical Catalana
[31/03/2015]

The orchestral version of Souvenir of Florence is not at all unworthy, especially as the orchestra approaches it with clarity and insight under the baton of Tomàs Grau

Javier Velaza · Audio Clásica 
[05/04/2014]

The guidance of Tomàs Grau was aptly romantic without its ups and downs. He kept a steady hand and never faltered

Josep Maria Rota · Associació Wagneriana
[08/05/2013]

The orchestra did a great job under the security of a resourceful and sound conductor

Jorge de Persia · La Vanguardia
[17/12/2009]

The overture is strong and shows great intensity with only eleven musicians. It certainly merited the good conducting of Tomàs Grau

Jordi Maluquer · El Punt
[15/12/2009]