(...) On stage, from the centre of a circle of lights, her sound and moves stun. If you don't believe in magic, that may change once you hear her hypnotic flute lines.(...)
(…)Esiname Dogbatse juggles a flute, a Korg, a jumble of effects pedals, a control pad and a mixing desk with staggering flexibility, finesse and and elegance.(…)
(…) She delicately modulates the loops and cycles of the music through which sublime rhythms superimpose over each other. (...)
(...) These rhythms, imperceptibly offbeat, lightly distended, fragile and elastic. She sets them free with a excess of warmth and humanity both beautiful and mesmerizing. (…)
(…) She abandons the flute for the tambourine with which she lays down another heightened rhythm, going on to spread other layers over the top with the help of bells, caxixi and ganza. (…)
Earlier, Belgium based flutist Esinam Dogbatse rocked the audience with a stimulating flute work that tended to reflect the echo of an open landscape while digging deep into Ghanaian traditional rhythms(…)
Employing the loop, flute and percussive instruments, Dogbatse went into her own world and dished out tunes that captured the imagination of the audience, who cheered and applauded in response.