"... voices resounded thrillingly... midst of the sea of humanity all around...seems like a miracle,
and ‘Delirium’ like a gift."
    

–The New York Times  
(on Small’s 120-participant Tableau Vivant Performance/Concert) 


“… defies category… delicate chamber-music juxtaposed with blaring electronica... anguished harmonic friction... has a stronger erotic charge than punk rock.”
-Wall Street Journal    
 (on Small’s current project, Secondary Dominance — album to release Winter 2017)

 
“…performed with a refined emotion that hits with the magnetic pull of rock-bound sirens.
Just tie me to the mast now.”
 

-National Public Radio
 (on Small’s Bulgarian a cappella trio, Black Sea Hotel)
 

“an energizing newness… a humble and humbling view of humanity that feels authentic.
Even poetic... what you take away is a kind of peace.”
 
– The Washington Post
   (on Small’s 120-participant Tableau Vivant Performance/Concert)
 

"... an utter exhilaration of cinematic imagination, a pure high of invention."
– The New Yorker
  (on Josephine Decker's "Butter on the Latch", in which Small plays protagonist)

 
“a perfect synthesis of opera and media… astonishing creative vision…  an engaging performer effortlessly coordinating art forms with gracious motion… mighty and inspiring…” 
- The Theater Times
   (on Small’s current project, Secondary Dominance — album to release Winter 2017)
 

 “… a swirling sonic palette that skips around nimbly… expertly plays with melody and harmony,
fashioning a musical world equally familiar and fantastical."
 

- John Schaefer, WNYC’s Soundcheck
(on Small’s Bulgarian a cappella trio, Black Sea Hotel)
 

“…(Small had) the best screen performance at Berlinale 2014… she is a revelation.” 
- Experimental Conversations
 (on Josephine Decker's "Butter on the Latch", in which Small plays protagonist)
 

“…the music is gorgeous… a sonic adventure, a journey through dreamland.”
- New York Theater   
(on Small’s current project, Secondary Dominance — album to release Winter 2017)
 

“Get comfortable, but not too comfortable… spans indie classical, art-rock, Balkan folk, pulsing mid-tempo 80's darkwave, and rippling nocturnal themes evocative of mid-90's psychedelia…
a stunning example of how Small brings out the best in everyone involved.”  
 
- New York Music Daily     
(on Small’s current project, Secondary Dominance — album to release Winter 2017)

                 
"Small leaves us with a piece of herself, unguarded and pure, and new understanding of humanity."
- Eyemazing Magazine
   (on Small’s still photography)

 
“… one of the top 13 photographers working today…
true talent is for exploring the grotesque lurking just below that idealized façade.”

- American Photo Magazine
  (on Small’s still photography)

 
“… builds to a moving climax and thunderous applause…”
- The Huffington Post

  (on Small’s 120-participant Tableau Vivant Performance/Concert)
 

"...soaring and infinitely more mighty than just three voices... sweeping and austere…
blends the Balkan and the Beatlesque…”
 
- New York Music Daily
   (on Small’s art-rock a cappella trio, Hydra)
 

“… a punk rock version of  "Le Mystère des Voix Bulgares… held the crowd rapt…
intoxicating counterpoint…”

- Lucid Culture 
(on Small’s Bulgarian a cappella trio, Black Sea Hotel)