"Pianist Matt Herskowitz's (piano concerto) Undertow took the F-minor Sinfonia, the spookiest of all the Inventions, and rode its sliding bass line through a secret-agent opening, a section of rugged math-rock that had me thinking of King Crimson, and a grand passacaglia that drew out the tragic implications of Bach's original. It ended on the brink of a high tutti cadence, and I would have been happy to hear the whole 20-minute piece repeated right away."
The Globe and Mail, Toronto (review of Matt's piano concerto Undertow)