“[Sarah Elgeti is a] true international jazz maestro, one who both can and will make an indelible mark on the world of jazz

Who Is Who Of Jazz”, Radio, UK

Reviews of Dawn Comes Quietly 2019/2020

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US, “We continue to be impressed by the Danish reed master Sarah Elgeti and her band..”, O’s Place, Jazz Newsletter, p. 25

US,A Danish multi-instrumental pro leads with her sax..Loaded with smart moves and brilliant chops…” Chris Spector, Midwestrecord

US, “..this is a very fresh album, warm and inviting, really feeling as if we the listeners are being welcomed into a new day. Elgeti allows the others to shine when the time is right, but she is fine soloist, and while her sax playing is emotive, when she brings in the flute it is wonderfully clear and direct, taking control. This is a very easy album to listen to, fresh and exciting, bright and joyous, music which contains some soft jazz elements but is often more adventurous than the term normally implies.”, Kev Roland, House of Prog

DE, “Es ist diese Art von vielseitig-hochwertiger, aber dennoch eingängig-freundlicher Musik, nach deren Live-Appeal man sich in diesen Lockkdown-Zeiten sehnt..”, Axel Jost, Hörerlebnis

DE, “..wunderschöne, eindringliche Balladen, groovige Latin-Rhythmen und vom Bebop inspirierte Swing-Melodien, das Alles gewürzt mit einem Schuss ungerader Metren und fein dosierten Funk-Einsprengseln.”, Radio Dreyekland

US, “Sarah Elgeti plays a rich and beefy tenor, warm flute and sonorous bass clarinet…Gentle muscles flexing.”, George W. Harris, Jazz Weekly

HR, “The sound […] is fascinating and rare […] and the musical interactions she makes are also striking. Her jazz approach is always about Scandinavian sound, but on this occasion she went even a step further”, SoundGuardian

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