" … a young composer to be so talented and popular. Her intelligent and talented works have come out one after another. Like many other great composers, she always completes every music work at astonishing promptness … "
— Kazuhito Yamashita, Japanese classical guitarist
"Ssu-Yu Huang advances her music idea through colors generated by instrumentation, creating a dramatic feeling of presence in the actual scenes… Ssu-Yu Huang’s composition has a coherent, succinct, and efficient style… The most exciting is the effective use of percussions. No matter they are drums, cymbals, or wood blocks, the insertions are always surprising but just right; they are not for pleasing the audience, created not just for the sake of creation; their appearance fits tightly with what the music demands.” from the critics on "Red Cliffs"
— Yun-Lin Chen, writer and radio hostess
"I have been astonish by her dynamic guitar solo works and diverse thoughts and sentiments, especially her trio works for guitar, violin and double-bass featured promptness and vitality … "
— Keiko Fujiie, Japanese composer
"Her works rotating conversion into the smart timbre go hand-in-hand with the performers’ harsh demand. The Pentatonic scales musical elements carry the lament-like melancholy… "
— Nagaki Seiji, Music Critic of Japanese newspaper Asahi