Excerpts of Reviews by Newspaper Music Critics

Flutist Isabelle Chapuis was a sensation. French to her fingertips. She lit up the hall with a vivacious version of Mozart's Flute Concerto No. 1, performing with surety and technical control.

San Francisco Chronicle

...glowing flute mastery, beautiful buoyancy, tonal glow and
technical brilliance.

San Francisco Examiner

Chapuis displayed a winning combination of delicacy and power, style and technique.

La Crosse (Wisconsin) Tribune

She is unquestionably one of the finest and most inspiring interpreters of contemporary flute music

Greensboro (North Carolina) Daily News

Marvellous singing tone.  Her playing exploits the flute with intelligence, intuition and sensitivity.

Journal de la Côte d'Or; Dijon, France

Chapuis' playing brings back memories of great French flutists from L'Age d'Or.  In this day when we are surrounded by flutists with dizzying fingers and fussy historical ornaments, it is important to remember the primary reasons why we listen to the flute: to hear a beautiful warm human sound, with perfect intonation, and profoundly moving expressivity.  That is what Chapuis gave us.

Les Dépêches; Dijon, France