Jazz Forum, The European Jazz Magazin, 2013
Remarkable vocal possibilities of Anna Riveiro and the artistry of accompanying musicians were a real feast for the amateurs of original music.prawdziwą ucztę miłośnikom oryginalnych brzmień.
Krzysztof Sadowski, President of the Polish Jazz Society
Review from the concert at the 54th Jazz Jamboree Festival 2012
FRAGMENTS OF THE CD’S REVIEWS
Sephardic songs interpreted by Anna Jagielska-Riveiro have preserved a bit of Jewish nostalgy, Spanish passion and Oriental sensuality. They allow you to submerge in the magic of the Orient for a moment, for one hour… for the whole life?
A warm soprano makes us think about medieval Spain, towns of Andalusia with their narrow streets, synagogues and minarets. Unfortunatelly, it is a forgotten world…
Polska The Times nr 41, 2009
…it is a real pleasure to submerge in the warm voice of Anna Jagielska-Riveiro and listen to the pieces passionately played by accompanying musicians. This CD „charges your batteries” and reconciles you with the world…
Rafael Robles, 2009
FRAGMENTS OF SOME CONCERT’S REVIEWS
Thanks to the unique timbre of the artist’s voice and magnificent vocal ornaments I will remember this concert for a long time…
…canciones populares de amor, cantos de cunas o de celebraciones tradicionales se lucen con la tesitura cálida de la cantante Anna Jagielska-Riveiro.
Anna Jagielska-Riveiro is the only Polish singer specializing in Sephardic music of Jews from the Iberian Peninsula.
Polish Radio 2
Anna Jagielska-Riveiro – a Polish voice of Sepharad
eSefarad Noticias del Mundo Sefaradi
In the music of Anna Jagielska-Riveiro resounds the truth, hot sand crunches, dry wind of the Iberian Peninsula brings tears to your eyes…
Jadwiga Marchwica, Etnosystem, 2011
Combining this repertoire with a harpsichord may seem surprising, particularly in case of Sephardic music, but it is a really good choice. A clear „white” voice of Anna Jagielska is excellently matched with improvisations and oustanding playing of Toporowski.
Dorota Szwarcman, The magazine „Wprost”, no. 956
At the festival perform musical personalities from all over the world, well-known not only to jazz fanatics. The festival finishes on the 9th December with a concert of the Polish star of Sephardic music, Anna Riveiro, with the program „Lunas Olvidadas”.
A charismatic vocalist not only enchanted the public with her voice but also introduced them into the world of rich Jewish culture by explaining the meaning of each song and translating their original Hebrew titles.
Grzegorz Tylec, Kurier Południowy, 2013