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[Trinity Wall Street] has the advantage of a skilled pool of younger freelance musicians, particularly those associated with the chamber ensemble Decoda. The oboist James Austin Smith, in [Benjamin Britten’s] “Six Metamorphoses after Ovid,” filled the church with his bold, keen sound. The violinist Anna Elashvili all but transformed the early, nondescript Suite for Violin and Piano, maintaining ferocious accuracy far into the upper register.
— Alex Ross, The New Yorker, Dec. 9 2013

 
 

— Daniel Wakin, The New York Times, April 25 2012