Wilkins writes: "Don't be scared. When musicians say there are no limits, and embrace adventure, they will be free"
"Wilkins' six re-interpretations of Bach are meetings of minds...Wilkins is a powerhouse player - with taste"
‘For me, I became more prolific and confident when I returned to work after having children,’ said Wilkins. ‘I seemed to have a stronger vision for what sound I wanted. But the main thing was, I stopped worrying so much about what others think.’
May 6th 2019: discussion of Wilkins' works on The Daffodil Perspective by Elizabeth de Brito (UK): https://www.mixcloud.com/TheDaffodilPerspective/the-daffodil-perspective-6th-may-2019/
2nd April 2019: Eastide Radio (Paddington, Sydney) interview with New Music Australia: https://eastsidefm.org/episodes/new-australia-1100pm-2nd-apr-2019/?fbclid=IwAR2GmDRdpw-BhflyhoAacXb5QZW7jtyELVDtIncFmfrwt-xuMBlpebtXwk0
Feb 21st 2018: The Space Show interview by Andrew Rennie Southern FM Victoria 88.3FM: space.southernfm.com.au/spaceshow2018interview.html#2018i1
July 25th 2017 - New Australia Music Eastside Radio: "an amalgamation of all my sonic experiences on piano over the last 10 years on in one album" https://eastsidefm.org/newaustralia/
May 1st 2017 - Northside Radio interview: '...He was almost anti-theory, which is actually what I wanted to learn from him...' http://www.jazzandbeyond.com.au/interview.html#KeynaWilkins
Jan 17th 2017 - New Australia Eastside Radio interview
July 3rd 2016: - Diffusion Radio (Melbourne) interview:
Oct 9th 2019 - Local News
March 26th 2019 Resonate Magazne (Australian Music Centre) Yulugi article
June 2017 - Jazz and Beyond Orbits and Riffs album review by Peter Wockner: "Full of sonic textures and infinite possibility, this is one of the true concept albums of recent years. 4 STARS."
Feb 7th 2016 - Inner West Courier
Nov 1st 2015 - Altmedia
SEPT 2013 - Fred and Ginger review: "Her solitude is broken by Key, a servile mute who busies herself around Anon, following orders and breaking into beautiful flute solos on command. Anon stands on a small wooden stool surrounded by photographs of herself and Key, floating in an ocean of the desperation of self-awareness, as Key distracts herself following the pointless requests that chop and change according to Anon’s ecstatic whims."
Aug 7th 2011 - Inner West Courier