Dinis Sousa shows an astonishing maturity in his respect for the score and in his command of such broad repertoire, displaying an appropriate sense of style and an excellent conducting technique (…) stimulating the involvement of the orchestra as a whole without inhibiting its individualities. Público

This was a most enjoyable concert. I was impressed by Dinis Sousa in both works. He has a good stick technique and his conducting was consistently clear. It’s evident that he has something to say about the music and he communicates this to his players. I should be most interested to experience him conducting in an acoustic that is better suited to his evident attention to detail. Seen and Heard International

‘The English Baroque Soloist offered, under the direction of the young and vital Dinis Sousa, a selection of Bach’s magnificent orchestral work, in a bright and fresh interpretation.’  El Espectador

The select voices of the Monteverdi Choir played their part at the front of the stage, conducted by Dinis Sousa, as distinctively as any of the other components in this amazing hybrid. The Arts Desk

The artistic maturity of the performance was as much worthy of note as was its youthfulness, as the protagonists were, besides the Gulbenkian Choir, the Orquestra XXI, made up of young Portuguese musicians living abroad, conducted with clarity and sensitivity by Dinis Sousa. Público