Your CD of songs by Noël Coward just arrived and I immediately played it. I thought your playing and the arrangements all complemented the fine vocal very well..  
Dave Brubeck
jazz musician
'I think it's wonderful!' - [Watch What Happens – the songs of Michel Legrand]…
Blossom Dearie
jazz singer & pianist
He showed a winning combination of old-style British charm and new style-keyboard skill. He’s a class act...
Jack Massarik
Evening Standard
It's rare to find a pianist-singer with a style so finely integrated that it's hard to think of voice and piano as separate elements. His subtle treatment of lyrics matches the delicacy of his keyboard harmonies and he swings - quietly but inexorably. We're lucky to have him...
Dave Gelly
Alldis offers real interpretations of the lyric – that is, he sings the words as if he means them. This has always been a central purpose of jazz singing, though even well known figures don't always achieve it, and what a difference it makes.  
Andy Hamilton
Jazz Review
His singing is of that other world of a sophisticated supper club and cabaret room - and that is not meant as a pejorative remark. This is a highly civilised, elegant piece of work by an extremely talented musician...
Brian Blain
The arrangements are strikingly original, respectfully presented, as you will never have heard them.
Christopher Wood
The Independent on Sunday
Dominic Alldis has been in the forefront of the jazz-cabaret scene for quite a while. He is a crowd-pleaser, value for money and his vocal repertoire is definitely out of the right bottle..!
Leon Nock
It has a simplicity and sincerity rare these days in the hustle and bustle of the record industry demanding a certain crash, bang, wallop approach... 
Stephen Graham
These relics plucked from childhood are like slices of Proustian madeleine cake that unlock wistful memories and associations...
Philip Clark
Jazz Journalist
Watch What Happens is a CD of elegant musicianship, with Alldis on piano and uniquely clear and tasteful vocals, makes this recording hold your attention all the way through…
Antonia Couling
The Singer
**** Dominic Alldis plays piano with a light, elegant touch and his imaginative arrangements of such traditional tunes render the songs fresh and contemporary...
Alison Kerr
The Scotsman
**** CD OF THE WEEK - His delivery is scrupulously precise in a very urbane and English way, and thus perfectly adapted to his purpose here, which is to lay bare rather than embellish the quality of his material.  Standards (‘So in Love,’ ‘Lush Life’) rub shoulders with less familiar material (Michel Legrand’s ‘I Still See You’, Ivor Novello’s ‘My Dearest Dear’).  Ballamy and Presencer make evocative contributions, but the ultimate goal is to let the songs speak for themselves – which, thanks to the highly articulate restraint of the performers, they do most eloquently.  
Robert Shore
The audience at St. Mary's, Banbury was treated to a magical evening of music from Dominic Alldis, Tim Garland and the Pavao Quartet. The programme of French film music was a unique blend of jazz and classical playing, providing a marvellous opportunity to hear jazz piano, virtuoso saxophone, and string quartet playing at it's very best. It was a wonderful evening.  
Michele Hunter
promoter of LiveArts@St.Marys, Banbury
Dominic displays impeccable diction and great sensitivity in his playing. His album If Love Were All has never been far from my own CD player in recent weeks, providing fresh nuances with each repeated playing...
Keith Howell
Cabaret Review Magazine
Lovely and, on the surface, not very 'jazz', but watch what happens when you combine an intelligent singer with fine accompanists and the insinuating melodies of Michel Legrand. His idiosyncrasies and vulnerabilities grow on you until you're convinced they're just right.
Brian Priestley
Dominic plays thoughtfully and with sensitivity, and his use of synthesizer gives the piano an electronic aura that makes it glow in the dark. While the mood tends toward the lunar and introspective, 'Night Music' is also full of bright melodicism and playful impressionism that suffuses it with its own personable charm.
Stephen Hill
Barry Fantoni is a man of many parts - jazz musician, cartoonist and comic writer for Private Eye, artist, actor, expert in Chinese horoscopes and TV Personality of the Year, 1966. As if all this weren't glory enough, he also holds the grand if somewhat improbable post of Professor of Communications and Media Studies at the University of Salerno. I bet his lectures are a riot.
Charles Spencer
The Daily Telegraph, 2005 
Jazz pianist and singer Dominic Alldis, like a British Steve Ross, opened the show with a smooth repertoire of Great American Songbook classics but also beautifully played tributes to three artists who passed on this year: Michel Legrand, Andre Previn and Jacques Loussier. The latter was the master of honey smooth jazz arrangements of Bach and of course that famous cigar advert. Alldis is continuing in that tradition with how own show of jazz arrangements of classical tunes. He ended with Dave Frishberg’s witty ‘Blizzard of Lies’ a tribute to his old friend Blossom Dearie...
Jariath O'Connell
The American Magazine
A delightful and sophisticated evening's entertainment and a feast of lovely music presented with affection and enthusiasm...  
Iain Ledingham
Artistic Director, Amersham Festival of Music
Thank you for coming to play at The Stables. I’ve had some lovely comments and feedback from staff...
Alison Young
Head of Programming, The Stables, Wavendon
Thanks again for your warmth and enthusiasm that made the night so special...  
Tobias Sudhoff
Artistic Director, Jazz am Schloss, Rheine, Germany
Dominic Alldis has gained a well-deserved reputation as a sensitive and swinging pianist, the surprise is that as a singer he is all that and more...​
Steve Ross
cabaret entertainer
Thank you so much once again for such an enjoyable concert yesterday evening in St Leonard’s Church.  Our audience was greatly appreciative of your imaginative and stylish piano trio arrangements of classical themes and nursery rhymes.  This was a chamber jazz recital at its most refined with splendidly sensitive playing also by Andrew Cleyndert on double bass and Martin France on drums.  Please pass on to them my considerable appreciation for their contributions to a delightful entertainment...
Brinley Hughes
St. Leonard's Church, Hythe
The concert last night was a great success. Some of our audience are not usually jazz concert goers, but many asked on their way out if we could book you again! Please also thank Andrew and Martin for such a polished, varied and delightful concert. The arrangements of familiar pieces brought a whole new dimension to them. Your own composition "Awakenings" was particularly appreciated. Best wishes and thanks for a wonderful concert...
Fred Willington, Chair
Chipping Sodbury Music Society
Dominic Alldis and his friends appeared at the Mayfield Festival where their concert was an instant hit with a capacity audience. Alldis is a  classy artist who beguiles his audience with his sheer professionalism, musicianship, humour and a distinctive communication. I urge any concert promoter or festival director to look their way;  you won't be disappointed!  
Neil Mackie
Artistic Director of the Mayfield Festival
The quality and subtlety of the trio’s playing was exceptional, something that was easily matched by your fabulous arrangements.
Stewart Collins
Artistic Director, Petworth Festival
Huge thanks for a really wonderful evening. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed your performance and were blown away by your artistry in a classy, cool performance. I wish you could have heard all the compliments! It has been a delight to work with you - so professional and efficient. Thank you for coming to Beaminster…
Lois Pearson
Artistic Director, Beaminster Festival