“Delin produces improvisations of considerable style and unmistakable integrity”  Howard Reich, LA Times

“Empathetic duets” Doug Ramsey, JazzTimes Magazine

“Their music has the style and sophistication of sonatas by Ravel or Debussy. Beautiful!”  – Jim Wilke, Jazz After Hours, Public Radio International

“Diane Delin swings hard in the company of an excellent rhythm section”
– Doug Ramsey, DownBeat Magazine

“Violinist Diane Delin moves through musical ideas with such grace”  Aaron Cohen, Downbeat Magazine

“She can light a real fire under both a band and an audience”  Neil Tesser, The Chicago Examiner, Grammy Winner 

“A refined sense of swing and pure melodic sense that makes for a completely engaging and enjoyable set.” – John Kelman, All About Jazz

“Their music has the style and sophistication of sonatas by Ravel or Debussy. Beautiful!”  – Jim Wilke, Jazz After Hours, Public Radio International

 “She’s really a fine player with exquisite taste” Fred Bouchard, jazz writer/radio host, Boston

 

“Her playing has a toughness and stringency to go with its elegance and verve.” Chicago Sun-Times

 

“Delin is an expressive improviser, rewards a close listen.”  Cadence Magazine

 

“Delin created quite an unexpected stir at the Chicago Jazz Festival with her solid technique and crisp improvisations… such style, originality and good taste that it is quite a refreshing change.” Critics Choice, Chicago Reader

 

“…impressive phrasing … her warm romantic tone added an ethereal quality … with her rhythmic and tonal self assurance and prodigious technical abilities.” Michael Renner, St. Louis Post Dispatch

 

“Delin’s tone is rich and elegant, and yet she swings when the tune calls for swinging or she’s expressive when the tune calls for emotional involvement that other instruments cannot approach.”  Jazz Improv Magazine

 

“Talento y “swing” no le faltan … Pendientes a la evolucion de esta gran violinista!”  Vocero De Puerto Rico

 

“…blends impeccable technique with the ability to swing a lot harder than most jazz violinists.” Terry Perkins, St. Louis Riverfront Times