Lindberg hasn't lost any of his imaginative edge, but the wildest arabesques can still be felt to be part of something that moves (...). The performances are bracingly clean and alert (...) and the recording very convincingly balances clarity and atmosphere. Stephen Johnson, BBC Music Magazine, March 2009
First recordings of lively investigations into orchestral shapes and colours. (...) Sculpture makes this a mandatory purchase for Lindberg's admirers. Richard Whitehouse, Gramophone, February 2009
One of the most intriguing and challenging discs I've heard in a long time. Robert Moon, Audiophile Audition, January 11, 2009
This beautifully played and engineered release is a magnificent addition to Lindberg's growing discography. It should not be missed. (...) For admirers but also for those who have yet to be convinced that contemporary music may be accessible and enjoyable. Hubert Culot, MusicWeb-International.com, January 2009
Here are three recent works that showcase (Magnus Lindberg's) mastery of symphonic argument while also speaking to the imagination (...). Sakari Oramo conducts high-powered performances. Andrew Clark, The Financial Times, December 6, 2008
These days (Finland's) classical musicians belong to the world's elite. As conducted by Sakari Oramo, the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra mixes precision with roaring exuberance. As for Magnus Lindberg (...), he's a giant among his contemporaries: a composer of uncommon panache, famous for orchestral pieces targeted for big public display, not miniature examination in a laboratory.
Geoff Brown, The Times, November 28, 2008