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"Sweelinck begins in that sort of wandering, loved by some, made of ruptures and apparently arbitrary suspensions which are, however, quickly justified: Mark Edwards brings the listener to new and unpredictable regions, using all the resources of his instrument [...], of his virtuosity and of his imagination, with the stamp--in the sweep of his playing--of the organist he also is. The Bach was even more edifying, benefiting from an excellent choice of instrument and carried with a sovereign authority. Ovation."  (Trans.)

Mergeay, M. "Révolution au concours de Bruges,"La Libre Belgique, 11 August, 2012.

"Playing from memory, Edwards shaped a reading both lyrical and virtuosic, assisted by a harpsichord that sang beautifully into Kulas Hall. The crowd called for an encore, and Edwards gave them a delectable Forqueray chaconne." 

Hathaway, D. "Oberlin BPI: Week 2, Day 2.", 3 July 2017.

"Tuesday afternoon at First Lutheran Church, the 25-year-old Canadian harpsichordist Mark Edwards presented a program that traced the evolution of Bach's music from youth to maturity. Edwards handled Bach's lavish flourishes and showy runs with confidence [...]. He especially dazzled with his own florid transcription of the famous chaconne from the D-minor violin partita."

Longaker, M. "Rising Stars in Boston,"Early Music America, Fall 2013 Issue (Volume 19, Number 3).