Balgarska Muzika Journal, Sofia, No. 4, 1986 Natasha Yapova

....Georgi Minchev’s Concerto breve is a bright piece which attracts the sound. Composed for ten instrumental parts and only with directions for the instruments’ range, without specifying the ensemble, this score – performed by nine wind instruments and double-bass – is associated with the old manner of “ad libitum” marking, according to the existing resources of the “chapel”, of “collegium musicum”. And indeed, when listening to this complete and perfectly controlled in time development music, music of solid logic, micro-structural development and drama of sound and timbre, one can not but feel in the group concentration of instruments the motive play of instrumental parts, the polyphonic and imitational enterings and rhythmical complementarity...”