Unanimous Acclaim by the Press
"There was no doubt that the conductor had the score of "Butterfly" well in hand (New York City Opera), and Mr. Noll worked carefully for expressive phrasing."
Raymond Ericson, The New York Times
"Noll commanded musically secure, authoritative performances. There was real chemistry between conductor and orchestra. Miami may finally have gained an excellent new symphonic organization. He was greeted by repeated standing ovations. The entire concert was a night to remember! Bravo!"
Lawrence Budmen, Sun-Sentinel

"The performance was superb in virtually every aspect, both inspired and inspiring. Pitch was flawless and the blend of voices illumined the subtle shades of spiritual intensity in every segment of Bach's monumental Mass in B minor."

John Schneider, The Atlanta Journal Constitution

"The debut of the Fifth Avenue Chamber Orchestra on Monday night (conducted by Music Director William Noll) was one of those concerts that is a reviewer's nightmare. There are only so many ways to say 'great.'"

Harriet Heithaus, Naples Daily News

"If one had to name a star for the night, it would be the chorus, the Choral Guild of Atlanta, which thundered magnificently and precisely under the direction of William Noll (Wagner's Rienzi)."

Donal Henahan, The New York Times
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