imaginative...like, say, a Martian dance party
Vivien Schweitzer | The New York Times | April 17, 2007
...'grip' veered, vibrated and slithered about, shaking with instability yet ultimately smoothing over its conflicts.
Richard S. Ginell | The Los Angeles Times | September 26, 2007
Carter explores the relationships between acoustic and electronic music, and a fascination with textures. The intriguing results include a lovely aqueous ostinato, over which muted trumpet and trombone linger.
Bruce Hodges | Seen and Heard International | June 7, 2011
Carter has a contemporary feel for interesting, driving textures and counterpoint.
Rick Walters | Express Milwaukee | February 23, 2009
The Composers, Inc. prize-winner was the night's most strikingly original piece...14 minutes of drama, madness, violence and harmonic instability by a string quartet. Carter marches to his own drummer.
Paul Hertelendy | artssf.com | April 16, 2008
the catchiest opening of the bunch
Elaine Guregian | The Akron Beacon Journal | May 12, 2007
the strongest work in the whole evening...quite a large talent
Jess Anderson | The Isthmus Magazine | March 1998