“… Her latest “Princesa de la Naturaleza” (Nature’s Princess) is the best showcase of her grasp of pan- Latin traditions and jazz singing. This is really a storytelling session: folk legends, poems, boleros and Márquez’s originals are set to jazz and folk music but played with chamber- music sensitivity.
The melodies are clearly rooted in traditional sounds but the instrumentation is original and surprising. Throughout the CD an eclectic range of instruments from Latin America as well as the U.S.- who would have expected a New Orleans- style sousaphone on “Besame Mucho”?- accompany her dark, captivating voice.This CD is a major step forward for an artist who deserves much more recognition.”
— Felix Contreras- JazzTimes- March 2005