"Igor Stromajer's piece Oppera Teorettikka Internettikka stutters and flickers into life. What sounds like a troublesome fluctuation, soon becomes the snickering and muttering of some distant voice which - for this listener - evoked the soundtrack to one of David Lynch's early student films (probably The Grandmother). It then dives into silence and emerges with a blast of sound. As the name suggests, this operatic piece, weighing in at 38 minutes and 14 seconds, is a journey of prog-rock proportions. Technically, more about the mixing desk and composition than some other pieces, this blends in voice-overs explaining the process of nuclear fission and a distant voice speaking in what may be Latin. Then a dance beat breaks in, fades. And on it goes, voices mixing in and being manipulated along with the crackle and fizz of electronica."
# (Mark R. Hancock, Furtherfield Review, 2005)