MORNING STAR, London, 1974: "Margareta Paslaru, star of stage, screen and TV, dressed in a peasant scarf and apron, sings two groups of folk songs in a voluptuous Dietrich-like voice."
SOUTH LONDON ADVERTISER: "Romanian Dance Company at Queen Elizabeth Hall": "…The only named soloist is Margareta Paslaru, who combines an exceptionally deep contralto voice with a coquettish appearance and manner." (John Percival )
EVENING NEWS - LONDON, 1974: "And let me not forget Margareta Paslaru, a little Romanian, who sings deep down in her boots, like Juliette Greco. She is a joy."