Written to composer Daniel Dorff regarding the Philadelphia Premiere of his "Sonata (Three Lakes)" for Flute and Piano:
"Cindy and her pianist [Matthew Bengtson] give a really exceptional performance. She has a beautiful resonance in her tone and a lovely ability to keep the music moving forward at all times with lovely phrasing. Please give them both my congratulations and admiration.
The first movement is like a whole sonata in itself -- the second is this beautiful journey, and the last has this elegant joy. I am glad that I had the quiet moments to really listen, again."
Principal Flute, New York Philharmonic (retired)
Professor of Flute, Carnegie Mellon University
"Cindy is a consummate professional and one of the most organized teachers in the flute community. Additionally, she is an excellent flutist, possessed of solid technique, beautiful tone, and refined musical sensitivity... She is very detail oriented, gracious, and one of the most delightfully charming women I have had the pleasure to work with in music. I am happy to offer my highest recommendation."
Professor of Flute
Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University
"Cindy is an excellent musician... a gifted soloist, chamber musician, and orchestral player... She is a fantastic teacher... Her students are well taught and enthusiastic about learning... It is my pleasure to recommend her as a flutist and flute professor."
Professor of Flute B.Y.U. and Eastman Prep School of Music
Editor - Flute Talk Magazine
Co-Author: Flute 101, 102, 103, The Scales Book, Advanced Studies: The Art of Chunking
"Cindy is an extraordinary flutist with an astonishing lyrical and powerful tone, splendid technique, and a remarkable musical knowledge of the flute repertoire. I highly recommend her as an artist of superb style and a master of her craft."
Professor of Flute
Point Loma University
"Seldom does such a ball of fire cross my path as Cindy Anne Broz. She has a Type-A personality and the energy and organization to match. It is no surprise that her studio is successful considering the creative ways she keeps students motivated."
Editor, Flute Talk
(Studio Profile - September 2007)