"...marvelously warm, full sound that is remarkable for a group its size..."
The Choral Journal
"...[their] musicality and sound are beyond question."
Early Music America
"...consummate organization, compelling storytelling, and pristine musicianship."
Cleveland Classical Review
The Chicago Classical Review publishes a generous write-up of Schola Antiqua's program "A Mother's Mother," presented in May 2014.
Insightful review of Schola Antiqua's Slavic Routes from February 2020 from clevelandclassical.com
Schola Antiqua nets a mention in The New York Times in advance of its performance at The Morgan Library and Museum in June 2014.
Schola Antiqua named #3 among concerts in the United States for December 2012.
Review of The Kings of Tharsis from
Early Music America (Summer 2012)
Review of Theodore Karp, An Introduction to the Post-Tridentine Mass Proper, in Journal of Plainsong and Medieval Music 16 (2007): 227-30 (excerpt with reference to the quality of the accompanying CD recorded by Schola Antiqua).
Review of West Meets East from
Early Music America (Fall 2011)