|Boston Classical Review, on O Fragile Human, Speak...|| || |
Photo by David Peth
"Travis Alford's O Fragile Human Speak... was the dramatic apex of the evening...a truly sublime rendering of the terror and wonder of otherworldly experience."
- Stefanie Lubkowski, Full Article
|Boston Musical Intelligencer, on O Fragile Human, Speak...|| || |
"...the work of a mature composer in command of his tools and aware of his own style."
- Nate Shaffer, Full Article
|New York Times, on Transitions|| || |
"Mr. Alford uses [jazz] as a strand within a light-textured mixture of contemporary accents, and his work's spirit is in the graceful way jazz and a mild modernist thorniness move in and out of focus."
- Allan Kozinn, Full Article
|Dr. Britton Theurer (East Carolina University)|| || |
"Travis writes music that appeals to my sensibilities. He grabs my intellectual and emotional attention and doesn't let go until long after the piece is finished."
|Sonograma Magazine|| || |
"...a sense of humor that is evident in [Mr. Alford's] titles and writing, more so than many composers..."
- Interview with Thomas Moore, Full Article
|Brandeis Justice, on Trickle-Down Tango|| || |
"...actually quite enjoyable."
- Emily Wishingrad, Full Article
|Video Feature for BrandeisNOW on Ponder, April 30, 2012|| || |
|Interview for The Brandeis Justice, March 19, 2012|| || |