"There's no question about it - Maria Loos playing the historic recorder belongs to the outstanding interpreters of the new generation of dynamic soloists. She presented works from the baroque period unique in their brilliance and stringency."
"What else would be breathtaking if not the filigree virtuosity with which the recorder player Maria Loos plays through the most absurd runs and arpeggios in four Vivaldi concerts? In the bold programme combination she also develops the dark cantilenas in Astor Piazzolla's 'Histoire du Tango' with incredibly rich detail. Loos is alertly accompanied by Ensemble Prisma, under Thomas Fheodoroff, which lends the tango a charming new colour on early instruments. This will be awarded the Pasticcio Prize on 29 April, 8.15, on the Austrian radio station Ö1."
– Falter Vienna