"Tindale proved equally alert rhythmically and harmonically [...] an especially commanding performance."
- Mark Berry (Boulezian)
"Foster-Williams and Tindale made Barber's I hear an army into something vibrant and intense, powerful stuff indeed."
- Robert Hugill (Planet Hugill)
"Ian Tindale's musical direction was impressive, as was his harpsichord continuo playing."
- Andrew Benson-Wilson (https://andrewbensonwilson.org/2016/08/01/handel-alcina/)
"The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment Experience Ensemble [...] produced a seriously sophisticated sound. Led from the harpsichord by Musical Director Ian Tindale, the nine piece chamber orchestra intelligently teased out the
subtleties of Handel’s score [...] "
- Miranda Heggie (The Herald Scotland)
"Ian Tindale (piano) demonstrated terrific fluency and precision [...] always sensitively played. [...] Both artists are to be congratulated on what was an effective and original presentation."
- Ian Hare (Keswick Music Society)
"[...] excellent pianist Ian Tindale deservedly won the Accompanist's Prize."
- Rupert Christiansen (The Telegraph)
"Tindale, who conjured tremendous energy in the Wolf song and whose introduction to Liszt’s ‘Oh! Quand je dors’ was wonderfully eloquent, was the deserving recipient of the Accompanist’s Prize."
- Claire Seymour (operatoday.com)
"[...] the pianist was a priceless element in the rendering of all the evening's pieces: utterly reliable, sympathetic and in full rapport with the singers."
Albert G. Storace (The Times of Malta)