An atmosphere of increasing intensity, like the pulsation of a shamanic drum, allowed the audience to experience a concert in which languages and different musical cultures form an incredible soundscape [...]. The concert aroused the interest of the public who filled the Romanesque abbey of San Basilide.
Ms. Livljanic enacted the ancient drama with splendidly pure singing in Croatian, urgent narration, a penetrating gaze and expressive hands. (…) What makes “Judith” seem almost startlingly modern and metaphysical at times is Ms. Livljanic’s incorporation of other 16th-century texts dealing with inner dialogues at climactic moments in the story.
As an aural and visual experience it was one of the most moving events of this year's Festival.
Glowing four-part polyphonies with extreme density… the beauty of these polyphonies bewitches us … Dialogos voices give depth to space and resonance to vaults. Luminous timbres of great homogeneity reflect a subtle, sensitive balance and crystal clear harmony…
Livljanic has an admirably wide singing range and even greater interpretive abilities. Her performance was nuanced and subtle and marvelously clear in tone.