“Each moment feels unique unto itself, creating an environment in which things — maybe movements, or maybe something in your own imagination — have the space to happen.”
— Bill Meyer, Dusted

“Toronto composer and cellist Nick Storring is clearly such a rare and exceptional talent as both a composer and instrumentalist”
— Tristan Bath, The Quietus

“I dare say different from anything you’ve heard recently… disorienting but disarming at the same time.”
— Brian Olewnick, Just Outside

“The sheer ambition Storring demonstrates through painstakingly composing and arranging this work is commendable on its own. That the ultimate result is so utterly gorgeous is almost beyond words. 9/10“
— Bryon Hayes, Exclaim!

“Storring HAS IT, his compositional prowess only eclipsed by his sense of atmosphere and space”
— Grant Purdum, Tiny Mix Tapes

“… sheets of sound (often with metallic or percussive components) gliding past each other in stately event sequences, with occasional gamelanic interludes and whorls of sonic swaddle.”
— Byron Coley, The Wire

“The remaining work, for strings alone, was Nick Storring’s remember how we used to…? (2004). This passed in a series of exhalations of varying texture: glassy and long-bowed, dry and plucked, fluttering with tremolo. A fragment of harmonized tune appeared, then was dropped, then appeared again, like the recollection of a film once seen and only half-remembered. It was a good piece, from a young composer who deserved the $5,000 Canadian Music Centre Emerging Toronto Composer Award he received after intermission.”
— Robert Everett-Green, The Globe And Mail

National Sawdust — New Music Preview: My Magic Dreams Have Lost Their Spell, 2020
John Nicol, Obladada — Review of My Magic Dreams Have Lost Their Spell, 2020
Tinnitist — 14 Songs to Crank Up This Monday, 2020
Bill Meyer, Dusted — Review of Qualms, 2020
Samuel Andreyev Podcast: Nick Storring’s Haunted Soundworlds, 2019
The Quietus/ Spool’s Out — Review of Qualms, 2019
Just Outside/ Brian Olewnick — Review of Qualms, 2019
Nine Chains To The Moon — Review of Qualms, 2019
Tiny Mix Tapes — Review of Exaptations, 2016
The Quietus — Review of Exaptations, 2016
The Wire — Review of Exaptations, 2016
A Closer Listen — Review of Tidewrack by the Knot, 2016
Vital Weekly — Review of Exaptations, 2016
We Need No Swords — Review of Exaptations, 2016
Gray Owl Point — Review of Exaptations, 2016
Boston Hassle — Review of Endless Conjecture, 2015
A Closer Listen — Review of Endless Conjecture, 2015
BlogTO — The Top 10 Toronto Bands To Watch In 2015, 2014
The Nooga — Review of Endless Conjecture, 2014
Just Outside — Review of Gardens & Endless Conjecture, 2014
CFRU 93.3FM, Guelph — Interview, 2014
Boston Hassle — Review of Gardens, 2014
Exclaim! — Review of Gardens, 2014
A Closer Listen — Review of Gardens, 2014
Tiny Mix Tapes — Gardens (Chocolate Grinder), 2014
ATTN: Magazine — Review of Gardens, 2014
Das Klienicum — Review of Gardens, 2014 (in German)
The Whole Note — Review of Gardens, 2014
Just Outside — Review of Bespoken Plays Nick Storring & Daniel Brandes, 2014
BlouinArtInfo — Interview, 2013
The Coast — Review of Bespoken Plays Nick Storring & Daniel Brandes, 2013
Watchful Ear — Review of Rife, 2012
Globe and Mail — Esprit Orchestra Concert Review, 2011