"Inversion Ensemble gave Where Go the Boats a gorgeous and nuanced performance, bringing thoughtful musicality to even the subtlest details of this piece." — Dale Trumbore
O Sacrum Convivium, recorded by Inversion Ensemble Da Capo under the direction of Adrienne Pedrotti, has been selected by Petrichor Records for inclusion on their forthcoming album New Music by Living Composers. This recording will be released later this year. Heartfelt thanks to Inversion Ensemble Da Capo and director Adrienne Pedrotti for their stunningly beautiful performance and to Trevor Shaw and Robbie LaBanca of Inversion Ensemble for their ongoing support of my work! I am truly blessed to have you all in my life." — Stephanie K. Andrews
"Inversion Ensemble truly brought my piece to life with delicate artistic finesse. To collaborate with an ensemble such as theirs is one of the reasons why composers continue writing. I would be absolutely honored to have them sing any of my works.” — Luke Flynn
"I was delighted when Inversion Ensemble accepted my piece (I would rather die than hate you) for performance. It’s great that such a group of dedicated and talented musicians are committed to new choral repertoire." — Paul Ayres
“The recording of Inversion Ensemble's performance of my piece Message of Puissant Baal is extraordinarily beautiful, rich in expressive range and nuance, and emotionally complex at every moment. The blessings of entrusting my music to the ensemble are enormous, considering the fact that I was unable to attend the rehearsals and performances. I'm grateful to Inversion for reaching out to me in the first place, and for placing its musical trust in me.” — Michael Alec Rose
Inversion Ensemble's I Too, Sing, America was named one of 2018's Ten Top Ten Classical Performances by Austin Chronicle.
The Austin Critics Table nominated Inversion Ensemble's I, Too, Sing America concert for the best Concert/Opera performance of 2018-19.
Three of the pieces on Inversion Ensemble's I Too, Sing, America concert were nominated by Austin Critics Table for best Original Composition/Score: Innocent Blood by Adrienne Inglis (ASCAP), Emerging Composer Contest winner Nada de turbe by Carlos Cordero, and Three Rhymes for Suffrage Times by Robbie LaBanca.