|Drummer U.K "Bloor Street" CD Review - Issue #77 - March 2010|
|Drums Etc. Cover story, feature article|
|Drummer U.K Feature story article - Issue #4 - February 2003|
Fordham, the Gardian, 6th Februry 2004
You'll struggle to find Nikki Iles in the jazz reference books, but the Bedfordshire-born pianist has been a discreetly eloquent presence on the UK scene since the 1990s...
|Chris Sheridan, Jazz Review Magazine 2002|
|Dave Gelly, The Observer Review U.K., 17 March 2002|
|Andrew Vine, Yorkshire Post, 13 April 2002|
|Carl Wilson, Scene "Allemano blows down jazz barriers", The Globe and Mail Thurs, March 21, 2002 "Michelli queries and comments with each well-articulated brushstroke..."|
|John Fordham, the Guardian has given the recording Secret 4 stars **** 8th February 2002|
|Eye magazine, Canada "Anthony Michelli ...animated, adventurous and swings hard."|
|Steve Voce, Jazz Journal International, June 2001, review of concert in Jersey Island"Anthony Michelli another exceptional drummer"|
Henriques, The Jazz Rag-Jazz International, June-Aug. 2001, review
of concert in Jersey Island
"...exciting discovery from Canada,...Anthony Michelli on drums..."
|Peter Erskine, referring to Quinsin Nachoff's "Quiescence" (email)|
| John Fordham, "Still thrilling after all these Years", The Guardian News paper U.K, Sat.
Sept., 30 2000 and
"Rising up the scale" Jazz, The Guardian Weekly International October 12 -18 2000, review of Anglo-Canadian National Tour UK
| Get Real Records, C'est What, Toronto Canada
Praised by Mark Miller of the Globe and Mail as "...one of the most promising young musicians to emerge..."
|Jazzance Canada, review of Concert with steel pan drummers|
|Rudy Smith and Annise Hadeed. "Anthony Michelli, highly respected and came through like a beacon."|
Broomer, Opus Magazine,
Winter 2000, review of "Tender Buttons" by The Rob Clutton Group"...drummer Michelli is an adept explorer of sound..."
|Kevin Lowey, Saskatoon Jazz, Saskatchewan|
|Jazz Report Magazine, review of "Campfire Songs" by Attention Span "Drummer Anthony Michelli totally in sync with Downing's vision..."|
| Geoff Chapman, Toronto Star Music Critic, re:"Old Souls"
-by Carn-Allemano Quintet
"Young jazz players bold as brass. Quintet's trumpet and trombone blow new life into old genre sharp rhythm trio of in-demand players ... drummer Anthony Michelli"
"Anthony Michelli is described as an 'outstanding new drummer on the Toronto scene'"
|Tom Joseph, The Quartet the Voice of Ottawa Jazz, Summer issue 4|
|Montreal Bistro Jazz Club "...Toronto's finest and most creative young jazz players...Anthony Michelli on drums...with their own distinctive style."|
|Alan Auld, Programme Director of Jersey Island Jazz Festival|
|Marilyn Brown, Noteworthy Magazine|
|Sound Escape Magazine, Winnipeg, re: The Quinsin Nachoff Group "these four guys know what they are doing...come with an open mind and leave with a jazz education."|
|Al Peabdy and Downtown Jazz Toronto Magazine, Vol 8 no.6|
| Yamaha Canada Music
Ltd., re: The Carn-Allemano Quintet
Jazz Bar at the Cliffs Pavilion, U.K./Autumn 2000 re:
Duncan Hopkins and Anthony Michelli
"...featuring Canadian musicians of highest calibre!"
| The 606 club, U.K.
"...well established jazz musicians with a wealth of talent and experience..."