‘It shows you things that you never knew a flute could do - creating faux chords with harmonics, mixing air and notes, tapping on the keys, separate tonguings, quartertones.  And that is just the opening page. Hindson, who is Australian, wants to see if the rhythms and harmonies of techno music can be brought into the classical concert hall.  The result is bizarre but strangely compelling – long flute cadenzas that sound like avant-garde experimentation from the 1960s alternate with dance numbers for full orchestra with the volume turned up to maximum. Soloist Marina Piccinini showed off what she could do, as if asked to play the advanced guide to flautist's technique from first page to last at breakneck speed ... for once this was the living composer's evening.’
Financial Times (Richard Fairman), 15 December 2006