• Emily Beynon is a superb soloist The Classical Reviewer, May 2014
  • ... gouden fluitspel... wat een prachtig geluid! Flute & Friends CD, Telegraaf January 2009
  • ... She has a burnished and vibrant tone, is technically flawless, and could easily assume the position of a touring flute soloist the equal of any in the world if she so chose. Flute & Friends CD, Audiophile Audition March 2009
  • ...breathtaking virtuosity... The Times
  • ...clear, bright tone... her playing demonstrated rare dynamic flexibility. Beynon provided the technical fireworks, particularly in the jaw-dropping set of variations on the Carmen's Habanera. The Edinburgh Herald August 2006
  • ...exquisite flute playing. The Guardian April 2007
  • ...gripping execution... The Guardian
  • ...it's pleasing that some of the orchestra's brightest stars receive a name check, not least Emily Beynon, principal flute. Jansons gives her the space to excel. Petrushka CD with Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Gramophone February 2006
  • ...nothing less than impeccable... Mozart Concert recording with Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra. CD of the week ABC Classic FM (Australia) 20th February 2006
  • An ingenious piece of programming.. brilliantly played by Beynon and West... an absorbing and hugely entertaining disc. Les Six disc (Hyperion) The Sunday Times
  • Emily Beynon plays quite beautifully throughout. Her phrasing is natural, without exaggeration, her tone pure, dynamics well varied, intonation exemplary and there is no heavy breathing. Les Six disc (Hyperion) Gramophone
  • Emily Beynon's playing here is extraordinary, with both technique and musicianship utterly assured. Les Six disc (Hyperion) International Record Review
  • Evocative... dazzling... flute recitals may be a tough sell, but Beynon has the star quality to make a lot of friends for her instrument. The Sunday Times 20th August 2006
  • Outstanding flautist.. sparkling passage work.. sensuous, imaginative tone The Independent
  • The usual impeccable standards... Welsh flautist Emily Beynon played Prokofiev, Poulenc and Debussy with fluency and charm The Observer 20th August 2006