«Mozart, Haydn, Bernstein get the Mena treatment in Minnesota Orchestra concert»

«There wasn’t a line of music that he didn’t energize, and the orchestra played with a discerning intelligence for him.»

«The succession of imitative string entries in the pulsing Andante movement [of Mozart’s Symphony No.40] emerged with telling clarity and eloquence, Mena lacing them seductively together like a master weaver.»

Se puede leer la crítica de Terry Blain del Star Tribune aquí.