“She tornadoes through the stage leaving in her wake an ever increasing number of fans...”
— Birgit Gabler, Concerto magazine
"...Obrovac indigenous music found attentive ears in the audience. Her charismatic voice and moves captured quickly the audience..."
— Mehdi El Mouden, All About Jazz
"With her brilliant performance she has presented the best of the Mediterranean; the melancholy of fado, the lightness of tarantella and the lyrics in Croatian have melted with the fury of the accordion player Fausto Beccalossi so organically that the following concert of Richard Galliano Piazzolla Forever Septet seemed nothing but perfectly boring."
— Josef Engels, Jazzthing
"Cansoneita" ("A Small Song") performed by Obrovac with the Transhistria Ensemble, is a floating, beguiling track, with spacious drumming, tuneful accordion and a delicious lead vocal by Obrovac.
(BBC Radio 3 World music Awards nominees compilation review)
— John L Walters, The Guardian
"She is an audience-captivating phenomenon. With her trio she brought a different kind of energy and soon had the crowd pleading for more. Obrovac has a phenomenal stylistic range and has the temerity to want to take her trio into any number of moods."
— Sebastian Scotney, London Jazz News
“Musical Document from Eternity of Universe" - In the interpretations included in this album ("Madirosa"), Tamara artlessly and logically unites a serious approach and joke, tradition and modernity, classical music and ethno, formal demands and freedom, melody and improvisation, regional and middle-European.”
— Davor Hrvoj, CD review