New York Times, Billboard Magazine and All About Jazz were there! Also NPR named us as "One of the Must-See acts at Winter Jazz Fest"
"Ms. Meza, a singer-songwriter originally from Santiago, Chile, melds modern jazz with New World pop on her springlike album “Traces,” due out on Sunnyside next month. Her streamlined poise, evident in both her singing and her harmonically astute guitar solos, extended to her leadership of an alert young band with James Francies on piano, Linda Oh on bass and Kendrick Scott on drums." New York Times
"The Chilean singer and guitarist has been making waves on the New York jazz scene for the past few years, but with the upcoming release of her first album on Sunnyside (Traces, Feb 26), Meza is aiming for audience that reflects her international influences. Alongside an all-star band including James Francies, Linda Oh, and Kendrick Scott, Meza captivated the crowd at intimate new club Django with her performance as she hinted at the fluid, lyrical stylings of Gretchen Parlato with an extra dose of eclectic brashness." Billboard Magazine
"Chilean-turned-New Yorker Camila Meza, who gave a powerful and entrancing performance in support of her forthcoming album—Traces(Sunnyside Records, 2016). Armed with guitar and voice, and accompanied by a killer unit featuring bassist Linda Oh, drummer Kendrick Scott, and pianist James Francies, she delivered a set that spoke both to her adopted home and motherland. Her playlist included the title track from the aforementioned album, a winning take on Djavan's "Amazon Farewell," and a solo nod to Chile, all delivered with passion and dynamism. Unexpected harmonic shifts and metric twists were both part of the package, but they all served the music. Meza's reputation as a talented triple-threat—guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter/composer—proved true, and Scott was a force to be reckoned with. It was a brief but memorable show built on the marriage of stability and surprise." All About Jazz
"One of the best-kept secrets in New York City (but well-known among the cats who play there), Camila Meza is poised to step into a broader spotlight. The Chilean-born musician will soon issue Traces, a gorgeous album that features her beautiful, unorthodox compositions while showcasing her amazing vision and dexterity on voice and guitar." NPR