“La Filharmonía abre la temporada con una obra inédita de Soutullo” .

“La Real Filharmonía de Galicia inicia su temporada con una obra de Eduardo Soutullo” .

“Instrumental Siglo XX estrena dos obras de Eduardo Soutullo”.

“Eduardo Soutullo crea una obra sinfónica para la Orquesta de Granada” 

“Eduardo Soutullo: “Menos mal que nos queda Andalucía” 

“Eduardo Soutullo estrena una pieza en la sede del Instituto Cervantes de Chicago” 

“Eduardo Soutullo mostrará las cantigas de Martín Códax en Nueva York“

  • But in vain: Leopoldo Centeno  ( “La Sinfónica de Galicia interpreta a Soutullo, Mozart y Profokiev”, La Voz de Galicia, Pontevedra, 1-20-08): “… we have seen his contemporary musical style, with a series of gradations, and resounding and trimbral blocks that were warmly rewarded by the the large audience.”
  • But in vain: Julio Andrade Malde (“Serenidad y exaltación”, La Opinión, A Coruña, 1-20-08): “… we must highlight the intelligent handling of the instrumental timbres that provide a significant appeal. An excellent version of the GSO; the author, present in the room, received the applause of the public from the stage.”
  • Have you said spectral? : Ricardo Hontañón (“Estéticas de estreno”, El Diario Montañés, Santander, 08-26-08):“…it is above all a well-constructed and, most importantly, eminently piano-oriented work that, based on Gerard Grisey’s homonymous title, employs various modes which, as indicated by its author, are developed both on a harmonic and on a melodic level. Its four episodes, flowing without interruption, have an internal logic and timbral richness, as well as a renewed and modern language, which obviously helps this new score connect with the listener.
  • All the echoes listen: Jorge Córdoba Moya ( “Ecos, propinas y danzas”, La Opinión, Granada, 04-28-2008 ):“All the echoes listen” was enjoyed by the audience, captivating with its apparent vital autonomy and fluency by using timbres and control of the fluctuating dynamics. Soutullo, who was among those attending was highly praised. “
  • All the echoes listen: Tomás Marco ( programe notes,  Orquesta de Extremadura concert , May 23th and 24th 2008)“All the echoes listen” by Eduardo Soutullo is undoubtedly one of the most relevant orchestral scores produced by the Spanish twenty-first century so far. “
  • “Si no existe el público, no hay música” . La Voz de Galicia 9-12-2008
  • But in vain: Ramón García Balado (“Sugerencias en estéticas afines”,  Ritmo magazine, Madrid, march 2007):“… Precious details of a daring writing and timbres full of suggestions”              
  • All the echoes listen: Arturo Reverter“I find that Eduardo Soutullo is doing a magnificent work around the personality of Oliver Wendell Holmes, whose poetic message spirit he has captured in” All the echoes listen”. In order to do it  Soutullo has shown that he posseses the best techniques and sensibilities (…). Music excellently composed, straight, with smooth surfaces, flowing so naturally in an entertaining and accurate way, that resonates and penetrates. A great symphonic page. “