Litton and the orchestra brought great character and musical depth. They captured both its soulful, poignant elements, as well as the absolutely heroic writing elsewhere. Conductor and ensemble seemed to abandon themselves to the extraordinary momentum of the music near the end of the work, leaving the audience little choice but to do likewise. Milwaukee Symphony; Prokofiev: Symphony No. 5
— Elaine Schmidt, Journal Sentinal
"Elgar's "Enigma" Variations and Hamilton Harty's arrangement of Handel's "Water Music" call for plush, Victorian orchestral sound. They got it Friday, from the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra under guest conductor Andrew Litton...Litton conducted with loving detail, and the orchestra responded with precision, finesse and a palpable sense of delight in the doing..."
— Tom Strini, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel