In fact it is very possible that Emilio Teubal may have emerged as one of the most outstanding musicians from Argentina, with this record that will surely mark him as one of the deepest thinkers as well as one of the most “€œpainterly”€ pianists in modern music”

Raul Da Gama. LatinJazz Network.April 2013. 5 Stars Album of the week

When someone asks you what will be considered the classic albums of this modern jazz age in fifty years time, you should point to this recording (Musica para un Dragon Dormido) as one of them. As near to perfection as you can get”

David Sumer- Bird is the Worn- #2 Best of 2013

On Un Simple Objeto vibrates exchanges beget a percussive parade that evokes the slinky movements of the beast referenced on the album title”

Bob Gendron. Downbeat Magazine. June 2013

The disc is smartly sequenced in a way that keeps the listener happy all the way through, ending with a bang on the super-charged Milonga Para Terminar. Highly recommended”

Stuart Kremsky-Mr. Stu's Record Room- April 2013

Musica Para Un Dragon Dormido€ brings together playfulness, romanticism and reflection over a lively and varied program of music, and is wonderfully played”

Jazz & Blues Report- May/June 2013-(scroll down to page 18)

More press:

EL DOMINICAL, the Sunday magazine from the El Periodico, one of the biggest newspapers from Spain, did a profile about me and my new record.

COUNTING BEATS by Nick Bewsey

THE RHYTM OF STUDY by Mark Lommano

SOMETHING ELSE REVIEW by Victor Aaron

STEMPT TEMPEST by Ricahrd B. Kamis

JAZZ TIMES by Bill Milwokski

LATINJAZZ NETWORK by Raul DaGama, 2009

CHICAGO JAZZTET by Brad Walseth

JAZZ INSIDE MAGAZINE by Cathy Gruenfelder