"From its inception, Seraphic Fire has premiered new works. Veni by Australian-Canadian composer Julian Revie is the latest and one of the finest of these commissions... Revie manages to pack a plethora of imaginative choral and instrumental writing into the work’s 12-minute span. He is clearly a rising and significant choral composer." - South Florida Classical Review

Revie sets up a shimmering, expectant sound that reflects in a very immediate way the hopes of the would-be redeemed crowding up against each other in barely restrained joy. - Palm Beach Arts Paper

"El estreno mundial Veni de Julian Revie proveyó el contemporáneo hálito místico. Comisionada por el American Brass Quintet con apoyo del NEA, la composición del joven australiano posee una serenidad que se replica y agiganta hasta lograr su objetivo, encender la llama íntima." "The world premiere Veni by Julian Revie provided the contemporary mystical breath. Commissioned by the American Brass Quintet with support from the NEA [National Endowment for the Arts], the composition of the young Australian has a serenity that multiplies and expands until it reaches its goal, igniting the intimate flame." - Miami Clasica

Exhilarating World Premiere Inspired by Yale Composer, Nobel Laureate and Bird DNA - Classical Post 
"Australian-Canadian composer Julian Darius Revie’s world premiere of Arise had New Yorkers spellbound at St. Thomas Church on Fifth Avenue last Saturday." - Classical Post

NPR interview with audio from Papal Mass Choir rehearsal - NPR News & Classical Music

Julian Revie discusses Sacred Music -  The Commonweal Podcast

Music fit for Pope Francis created by Ottawa native Julian Revie - The Ottawa Citizen

Yale composer’s piece accompanies Papal Mass - Yale News September 30 2015

Composer Julian Revie awarded prize from the Vatican - Yale News 2016

Papal Music reflects joy and wonder - Fairfield County Catholic

Bishop O'Connell, thousands revel in Carnegie Hall concert - The Trenton Monitor

Saint Thomas More Chapel at Yale to Perform at Carnegie Hall - Broadway World

Over 400 Voices, 600 Handbells, 2 World Premieres -- A Celebration of Sacred Music at Carnegie Hall - MusicalAmerica

I believe that the concert was a graced moment for everyone who attended. The music was magnificent, and the people who attended were clearly moved on many levels by their participation in the event.” – Bishop Frank J. Caggiano, Diocese of Bridgeport, Connecticut 

"The concert was an amazing experience, both musically and spiritually. Parts of the mass were engaging because of their intensity and power; others were sweetly comforting because of their gentleness and simplicity. Prayer is often described as the "lifting of the heart and soul to God." In that respect, Revie's composition of Mass of the Divine Shepherd was a prayer for me." – Bishop David M. O’Connell, Diocese of Trenton, New Jersey