''They present the program with very fine technique and yet eloquent expression. […] the two musicians give nuanced expression to the shadings in the works as well as the stylistic differences between the pieces. They also present themselves as a well-coordinated team, considerately involving the other in the give and take.''
'' "I've always been amazed by Debussy's uniqueness and creativity in producing new sounds on the instrument," pianist Jean-Luc Therrien told CBC Music upon the release of his debut album. So, when Orpheus Classical greenlit his proposal, he headed to Drummondville, Que. "I knew there was an opportunity for me to record on a beautiful Fazioli at the Maison des arts Desjardins, which would allow me to go far in my search for sounds and colours." He found them, as his vivid interpretation of Debussy's Book 1 Preludes attests. To round out the album, he plays his own solo piano arrangement of Franz Liszt's orchestral poem Les Préludes and it's a tour de force.''