“Each player was in command of their own demanding part while making even the thorniest technical tutti passages sound effortless. Above all, the musicians were in perfect sync with the visually stunning projections.”– Cleveland Classical on Unheard-of
"In sum, this was one of those chamber music concerts whose juxtapositions sparked a dialogue in the mind that continued long after the last note."
"marvelous control" – South Florida Classical Review
"a unique force" – The Clarinet Journal
"a fantastic debut by a group that has been doing more than their part to inject vitality into the new music scene for the last few years. The only question it raises is "what took so long?" – Jeremy Shatan, An Earful on Unheard-of
"a promising young group"
"Unheard-of already has developed an enviable cache of new pieces."
"scintillating and evocative" – Steve Smith on Unheard-of, National Sawdust Log
"Among all music events leading up to New Years, one stood out above the rest. The Classical Commoner, held December 28 at Little 5 Point’s Commoner Salon, filled the air with sonic sweetness (and hairspray) thanks to programs by Ford Fourqurean and Atlanta composer Stephen Wood with another grand performance by the Atlanta Contemporary Ensemble." – Lauren Leathers, ArtsATL
"Jacob Sello’s Catch_up (concert 26), “an experimental realtime composition for ensemble and dancer” explored a dancer’s apparent ability to create music: as Christine Witte, a superbly eloquent dancer of powerful stage presence, moved, the clarinetist, pianist and cellist of Unheard-of//Ensemble replicated her movements in musical sound. In reciprocity between dancer and musicians, music-of-the-future was literally embodied in the present moment" – Jean Ballard Terepka, Theater Scene
"remarkable technical control and versatility" – Jean Ballard Terepka, Theater Scene
"Unheard-of//Ensemble is an exciting new group that should not be missed" – 21CM