the elite of the Schola Cantorum of the University of Toronto singers, also animated by a desire to make early music known in its original style, join the TEM to give us a brilliant and authentic performance.
— Marie-Josée Boucher (translated from French), Info-Culture, August 2014
Tenor Lawrence Wiliford’s lovely “Erwäge, wie sein blutgefärbter Rücken” and soprano Agnes Zsigovics’ shimmering, mostly wind-accompanied solo, “Zerfliesse, mein Herze,” are among the highlights of the album.
— Stephen Eddins,

OPUS PRIZE: Nominee for Disc of the year - Medieval Music, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical

Nominated for Classical Album of the Year:
Vocal or Choral Performance (2009)

The duet “Wir eilen mit schwachen, doch emsigen Schritten,” from the Cantata No. 78, “Jesu der du meine Seele,” in which Taylor is joined by soprano Agnes Zsigovics, is an addictive group of pearly arabesques.
— James Manheim,
...a bright, clear and transparent sound; a springy feel for rhythm; beautifully shaded dynamics; and exemplary diction...
— The New York Times (May 2011)
on the OBC's Carnegie Hall performance
Soprano Agnes Zsigovics owns a limpid, emotionally naked instrument; her exquisite ‘Den Tod’ duet with Taylor in the first cantata just about reduced me to tears.
— American Record Guide, July/August 2009