"Just as new to me was the eerily beautiful medieval music performed by the vocal and instrumental trio Trefoil...I could hear each voice distinctly as it passed, in clear, otherworldly harmonies."
- The New York Times, January 18, 2008
"The ensemble Trefoil re-creates the exotic and mysterious world of late 14th-century French music... Subtle indeed, and beautifully wrought in this very attractive recording... Each work is a gem... Trefoil's sensitive interpretations and choices of performing medium reveal much of the logic in this music...the sheer beauty of sound is reward enough."
- Early Music America Magazine, Summer 2006
"Countertenors Drew Minter, Mark Rimple and Soprano Marcia Young have appeared with leading early music ensembles around the country, and the sounds they make are both hearty and ethereal."
- The Washington Post, June 26, 2005
"Trefoil not only sings the music with accuracy but also colors and inflects it with meaning that takes it out of pure abstraction ..."
- The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 2004
"Trefoil’s performances of 14th-century music, in particular their masterful and exquisite presentation of the highly complex ars subtilior repertory, have been among the greatest highlights of our early music series, Concerts at The Cloisters."
- Nancy Wu, The Metropolitan Museum of Art