“Millar was in command throughout…. [Ravel’s] Alborada del grazioso was a tour de force… His hands were all over the keyboard, producing a cascading waterfall of notes, but the waters never got muddy. […] Millar’s playing of [Brahms’ Intermezzo, Op. 117 #3] was melancholy and compelling. He let each hand have a chance to tell its side of the sad story. When they got together it was devastatingly beautiful.”

— Penny Gumbert, The Muskokan