What the media says

# Zócalo, México, November 2014
“The Portuguese pianist honored the Diva of Fado Amália Rodrigues, and the audience was delighted to hear the wonderful voice of the singer, 15 years after her death.”
# La Vanguardia, Spain, September 2014
“Resende, one of the promises of the Portuguese jazz, incorporated Fado in Piano, an unusual instrument for this art, born in popular neighborhoods of Lisbon in the XIX century.”
# Franck Mallet in magazine CLASSICA, France, July 2014
“An exceptional sonority and, most of all, the voice of Fado that passes through the fingers of the young portuguese pianist Júlio Resende, in his 4th album Amália, designed as a tribute to fado singer Amália Rodrigues…”
# Syma Tariq in Monocle 24, United Kingdom, July 2014
“Julio Resende, a young portuguese pianist has just release his first solo record. Also could Amalia his has achieved critical acclaimed...”
# Carolina Falcão in jornal I, April 2014
“Amalia by Júlio Resende is the debut solo of the pianist who flew beyond the land of jazz. Improvisation on the greatest of Fados, without a safety net.”
# Cláudia Lobo in revista Visão, October 2013
“The last disc of Júlio Resende, in which the pianist plays a theme in duet with the voice of Amalia, establishes him as an exceptional musician.”
# Gonçalo Frota in revista "Ípsilon", October 2013
“The notes of Piano slip easily between Resende's freedom of improvisation and phrases that we can only imagine from Amalia's mouth.”
# Paulo Barbosa in Jornal "Público"
“... a young pianist to join the podium of Laginha, Sassetti and João Paulo.”