This bold combination [the 6-string and the “Brahms” guitar] allows them to wander into unusual timbral territories and offer new and highly personal reinterpretations. . .

Piercarlo Poggio, Blow Up Magazine, February 2022

Freshness and skill of the arrangements. . . The first two movements [of de Falla’s El amor brujo] bring into full light the particular research on colors that drives the work of the NOVA Guitar Duo, from the softness and delicacy of the “Pantomima” to the harsher sounds of “Danza del Terror”, while revealing a remarkable technical precision that makes every single note perfectly perceptible, thanks to the excellent recording. . . [Mompou’s “Pájaro Triste”] is performed with sensitivity and expressive delicacy. . . [In Villa-Lobos’s Cirandinhas], I dare say that in the warmth of the guitar timbre the score finds a greater airiness, a cooler and more poetic sound environment than in the original controlled piano writing.

Roberto Brusotti, Rivista Musica, July/August 2019