“Most gratifying was that Contempo invited violinist and chamber musician Miranda Cuckson to assemble and perform the program.. Joined in admiration, [Nunc] offered deeply committed readings of four chamber pieces.” Chicago Tribune –read article

“In a city with roughly a gazillion new-music groups, a new one made its debut on Monday evening at Mannes College the New School for Music, and the school’s auditorium was packed…[Nunc] has a lineup likely to appeal to anyone who keeps tabs on the contemporary music world…these musicians are so thoroughly at home with [the repertory] that they made even the toughest of these works sing…the players found the fun in it.”  Allan Kozinn, New York Times –read article

“an extremely dynamic company with Miranda Cuckson, an otherwise well-known and talented violinist, as its artistic director” Cotidianul, Romania

“In “On the Threshold of Winter”, Mr. Hersch has given himself the space to burrow past anger and incomprehension in search of an art fired by empathy and compassion. Thanks to Ms. Hong’s soul-baring, courageous performance and the sensitive and meticulous work the conductor Tito Muñoz drew from the contemporary music ensemble Nunc, there was even pleasure to be found in the experience…There were beautiful colors in the soloistic interplay between the violinist Miranda Cuckson and the bass clarinetist Benjamin Fingland, in the liquid piano part played by Michael Sheppard, and in the rare but atmospheric interventions of the percussionist Matthew Gold.” Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim, New York Times –read article




Review in El Clarin, Buenos Aires (Teatro Colon concerts)