"Copland continues to be an exemplar of the lyrical school of jazz pianism. His music, often noted for its innovative harmonic language, nevertheless is widely regarded as easily accessible to the listener. Many reviewers credit this blend to the pianist's use of dynamics and touch, and his distinctive pedal work. [...] His thirty-five releases make him perhaps the most prolific jazz pianist of the new millennium." - from the wikipedia article about Marc Copland
"Exploiting harmony and texture to the full, to express the range of a piece’s possibilities, drawing on the legacy of Bill Evans in the way chords lead from one to the next; these were on display. Copland likes to weave a skein of harmony, full of crystalline
resonances and then reveal a tune."
Read the full Mike Collins review of the 2019 Cheltenham Jazz Festival concert on JazzyBlogMan
"Copland is a pianist of vast experience, gentle touch and huge harmonic resource, and yet the playing has a touching nakedness about it, his hands fluttering towards one harmony only to change their mind at the last minute and dart to a different chord. "
Read the full Ivan Hewett review of the 2019 Cheltenham Jazz Festival concert on The Telegraph
“This is no ordinary solo piano record. It is an extraordinary recital where sublime pianism is applied to grand and spacious compositions, each of which take us unexpectedly into another world.“
Read the Raul De Gama review on All About Jazz: "Marc Copland: Nightfall"
“5 Stars: Elementally essential, Marc Copland late career resurgence/reemergence/renaissance continues undaunted with NightFall, [...] his finest solo moment.“
Read the Mike Jurkovic review on All About Jazz: "Marc Copland: Nightfall"
"Whether is the dense harmonies which create shimmering harmonics or the intelligence of his lines and compositions, Copland has a unique voice and musical personality."
Marc Copland's album Zenith is in Budd Kopman's Best Releases Of 2016 on Allaboutjazz.com
"Marc Copland always seeks a place in music that takes him somewhere beyond the notes."
Download the Bill Milkowski Interview on Downbeat, June 2016
"Copland's piano is rhythmically elegant as it weaves lines of unexpected beauty [...]. The effect is intoxicating..."
Read the Ralph Miriello review on the Huffington Post: "Pianist/Composer Marc Copland Reaches New Heights With Zenith"
"Every one of the six compositions sounds fresh, new, and infinitely deep."
From the Carol Banks Weber review on Axs
"Communication with class."
From the George Harris review on Jazz Weekly
"This maiden release on InnerVoice Jazz sets the bar very, very high..."
From the Peter Hum review on Ottawa Citizen
"Zenith is a fabulous modern jazz album that reveals its craftsmanship and subtle nuance with each successive listen."
From the Jon Neudorf review on "Sea Of Tranquillity"
"A crowning achievement."
Read the Mike Jurkovic review on Elmore Magazine.
"Copland continues on his journey, and with this excellent quartet has reached new heights"
Read the Budd Kopman review on All About Jazz: "Marc Copland: Zenith"
"...a full ledger of spontaneous ideas -- yielding to Copland’s melodic invention, which seemed to cascade from neuron to fingertips in a blur of digits..."
Read the Robert Bush review on All About Jazz: "Gary Peacock Trio impress at TSRI"
An Aesthetic Manifesto - written by Marc Copland, from "allaboutjazz.com"
Interview With Marc - written by Johannes Voelz, appeared on "allaboutjazz.com"