“One of the Best Albums of 2023”

The New York City Jazz Record, January 2024

“10 Albums you need to know”

Matt Micucci – Jazziz, May 2023

“Masterful interpretation”

Jazzwise, June 2023

“Jazz with Argentine tango and Spanish flamenco in breathtaking fashion”

The New York City Jazz Record, July 2023

“Dazzling performances”

Raul da Gama, Latin Jazz Net, July 2023

“Con el piano de Mendoza a Nueva York”

Cristian Vitale, Página 12, August 2023

“A recording so superb that you could envision conversations about orchestral music beginning with, “Have you heard Solla’s latest?”

Raul da Gama – Latin Jazz Net, December 2019

“Five Stars”

James Hale – DownBeat Magazine, March 2020


La Nación, Julio 2021

“Maravillosamente  arregladas y orquestadas por Emilio Solla”

José Pruñonosa – Más Jazz Digital, July 2021


Cristian Vitale – Diario Página 12,  January 2021

“An epic listening experience”

Nolan DeBuke – The Jazz Word, December 2019

“Very worthy album”

Leonid Auskern – Jazz Square (Russia),  December 2019

“Ambitious music created by a leader full of ideas”

Jazzpodium, Germany, May 2015

“A masterwork”

Marc Phillips – Part-Time Audiophile, December 2019


Radio Nacional Rock, programa “El Renegado”, March 2017


La Nación, March 2017


Belén López – Diario de Pontevedra, December 2020


Canal IP, programa “Somos PM”, November 2020

Latin Grammy al mejor disco de jazz

Argentjazz, November 2020

“The mood throughout is one of a refined and timeless joy of life.”

Dan McClenaghan- All About Jazz, December 2016

4 stars-“A lavish, assured set that speaks volumes about Solla’s accrued wisdom”

Michael Jackson- DownBeat Magazine , March 2015

“Brilliant nine-piece ensemble”

New York Music Daily, May 2015

“This magnificent album will be recognised as an important addition to the library of American music”

Raul da Gama – Latin Jazz Network, Album of the Week, December 2014

“Compositor Argentino deslumbra en Nueva York”

Diario Los Andes – Los Andes, October 2014

“Ms. Pato has the added benefit of some smart arrangements by Mr. Solla”

Nate Chinen – New York Times, January 2013

” A unique musical statement well worth a listen.”

Edward Blanco – AllAboutJazz.com, October 2014

“With its abundance of warmth, liveliness and strong musicianship, Second Half should be on listeners’ radars”

Bird is the Worm- birdistheworm.com, Febrero 2015

“El mendocino Emilio Solla esta nominado a los premios Grammy”

Radio de Télam Agencia de noticias – Télam, Febrero 2015

“A masterful record by an absolutely first rate composer/arranger.”

Dan McClenaghan – AllAboutJazz.com, October 2014

Second Half is a home run. It easily ranks among the best of 2014″

Dan Bilawsky – AllAboutJazz.com, October 2014

“The virile throb of Astor Piazzolla’s nuevo tango was omnipresent in the pianist Emilio Solla’s stately pulse”

Steve Smith – New York Times, February 2012

“4 stars …those contrasts are the heart of this disc beauty”

Jennifer Odell – Downbeat Magazine, August 2010

“I strongly suggest you treat yourself to this masterpiece!”

Damian Erskine – Bass Musician Magazine, February 2010

“A magical pianist with an exquisite, supple touch”

Dan McClenaghan – All About Jazz, February 2010

“Solla has reached an artistic level where his mastery of performance practice and creativity mesh into a single vision of the musical act, be it improvisational or composed”

Martin Gladu – All About Jazz, February 2010

“Another great recording from a composer who aims to affect the human spirit through merging the sounds of various cultures”

Brad Walseth – JazzChicago.net

“Album of the week: Emilio Solla & the Tango Jazz Conspiracy – Bien Sur!. Great performances, smart compositions, and top-notch musicality”

The Latin Jazz Corner

“Emilio Solla is at the forefront of this style”

Dan Bilawsky – All About Jazz, January 2010

“The band sounds very good…the last track is a stroke of genius”

Paolo Peviani – All About Jazz – Italy, November 2008

“A master of the New Tango goes far beyond that in this enchanting disc”

Jan P. Dennisi- www.audad.com, August 2008

“Wonderfully evocative”

Ralph A. Miriello- www.jazz.com, July 2008