Press

**** Ringer of the Week ****

George W. Harris, "Jazz Weekly"

“Karosi’s high-flying vocalese lines go well with Monder’s supersonic soloing.”

BBC Music Magazine, Garry Booth

“Without Dimensions by Júlia Karosi builds a bridge between classical and jazz”

jazzhalo.be, Bernard Lefèvre

“Classical Music in Jazz Costume”

Medienhaus Bauer Kultur, Christoph Giese

“The most striking thing about this work is the mood, the atmosphere they create with collective concentration and intuition.”

Ohrenschmauch, Münster

“WOMEN IN JAZZ”

by Dee Dee McNeil at Musicalmemoirs's blog

“Without Dimensions” New Release!

Lydia Liebman Promotions

“Hidden Roots run deep”

by Carol Banks Weber at AXS

Emotion statt Attitüde

by Victoriah Szirmai at fairaudio.de

Singing a New Song

by Thomas Cunniffe at Jazzhistory online

“I give Julia & crew a MOST HIGHLY RECOMMENDED, with an “EQ” (energy quotient) of 4.99.”

by Dick Metcalf in Rotcod Zzaj

Newer Female Voices

by George W. Harris in Jazz Weekly

Soul Voices

by Christoph Giese in Jazzthetik

“Karosi has a lovely voice and she uses her instrument with an infectious creative artistry.”

by Jack Goodstein at blogcritics.org

“Hidden Roots is a showstopper!”

by Dee Dee McNeil at LaJazz.com

“Karosi is widely considered to be one of the country’s best singers, something I wouldn’t for a moment disagree with.”

by Mark S. Tucker at acousticmusic.com

“It’s ear opener time again kids as we find the second outing from one of Hungary’s top jazz vocalist…”

by Chris Spector at midwestrecord.com

Hungary’s gift to jazz: Meet Julia Karosi

by Grady Harp at Amazon

“Julia Karosi is a vocalist who bring her passion for music into her original compositions and lyrics…”

by Judy Niemack (Album Quotes)

“Here we have Julia Karosi and her wonderful musicians from Hungary whose every song is a delicious short story…”

by David Linx (Album Quotes)

5. Voicingers

by Christophe Giese in Ruhr Jazz

Julia Karosi Quartet pour le concours de jazz á Crest

by Philippe Chassange in Jazz Rhone Alpes

Júlia Karosi, the Singer Who Thinks in Songs

By Barbara Bércesi, in Gramofon Magazine