“Garland’s voice is ringing and noble, and was perfect for the “Songs of Travel,” where he is called upon to inhabit Stevenson’s alternately stoic and wistful words. Garland sang in a rapt manner, with sharply defined diction, which was especially effective in “The Infinite Shining Heavens,” where one almost saw the night sky and its myriad points of light as Garland sang of them…Garland was entirely operatic, stretching his powerful voice into strange shapes as he described the birth of the wandering mariner Cifar, and brought to vivid life a metaphorical storm at sea.” — Cleveland.com, May 23, 2014