“Emilio Teubal has presented to the world a personal yet universal panacea, music that will excite your senses and calm your fears or, at least, serve as a respite from the troubling times.” - Richard Kamins
“He's clearly a virtuoso, but, wisely, technical ability is used in service to artistry throughout the release. As impressive as the performance of challenging material is, it's the expressive articulation captured in the gentler settings that speaks most powerfully on his behalf.” - Ron Schepper
“Tides no es un disco romántico de piano solo, no. Aquí lo que hay es reflexión, ahondamiento, también preocupación y cierta molestia por el irrefrenable daño que se le hace al planeta. Así como insinúa bellos paisajes sonoros, también expresa tragedia y dolor. Son fotos sonoras, que demandan verse con sensibles oídos.” - Jorge Sierra
“This music is a revelation. I have rarely heard a requiem played like this. The music seems to come from a distant place and time, but it draws us in with the most heart-warming immediacy.” - Raul Da Gama
"When someone asks you what will be considered the classic albums of this modern jazz age in fifty years time, you should point to this recording (Musica para un Dragon Dormido) as one of them. As near to perfection as you can get"
"Memorias de Otro Tiempo" is truly lovely music Well-played, intelligently composed and arranged music that plays to the strengths of the trio. On this, his fourth album as a leader, Emilio Teubal not only displays his great talent but also a emotional depth that makes this music personal and universal”
"In fact it is very possible that Emilio Teubal may have emerged as one of the most outstanding musicians from Argentina, with this record that will surely mark him as one of the deepest thinkers as well as one of the most “painterly” pianists in modern music"
"The trio’s heartfelt melodic embrace on “April 7th” is a poignant example of their shared instincts and sensibilities. It will also be the most beautiful thing you hear all month"
"Musica Para Un Dragon Dormido brings together playfulness, romanticism and reflection over a lively and varied program of music, and is wonderfully played"