'Bach’s music is often described as being, in essence, about dance. You only had to watch the double bass player, Rosie Moon, so free and expressive...to understand what is meant.'
- Fiona Maddocks, The Observer
'These arias were given vivid character and drama by the instrumentalists...(including) Rosie Moon's energised double bass...and were as much participants in the drama as were the singers with whom they conversed.'
- Claire Seymour, Opera Today
'The double bassist was within arm's reach as she despatched Handel's tempestuous figuration with historically informed panache. The proximity was thrilling.'
- Flora Wilson, The Guardian
'Rosie Moon (was) an ever-present powerhouse pulling the shape-shifting ensemble forward like an irresistible current.'
- Richard Powell, York Press