"Colin Connor [Artistic Director of The Limón Dance Company] prefaced the premiere [of No Room For Wandering] with a statement on the Chinese American choreographer's [Yin Yue's] love for effort. And their effort was evident. [Tanner Myles] Huseman and [Jesse] Obremski "fought for every inch," as they danced with enough vigor and focus to lead an army to grueling victory... With each emerge, they propelled themselves into the space and into each other. Their movements fit together seamlessly in a sweeping compliment."
- Kristen Hedberg, Tillt Magazine
"[About José Limón's Concerto Grosso] Danced beautifully by Kathryn Alter, Elise Drew Leon and Jesse Obremski, the first half was slow and deliberate with endless suspensions and balances, and then the second half quickened with leaps that covered the stage, showcasing Limón’s signature curves in the back, splayed and punctuated arms, wrist and fingers and the joy in movement."
- Charmaine Patricia Warren, New York Amsterdam News
"When I saw [Jesse dancing] Chaconne [choreographed in 1949 and performed by José Limón], I was reminded of how much I love dance and I thank Jesse for the wonderful gift of himself."
- Evaristo Bulnes, Audience Member in Miami, Florida
"He reminds me of Angel Corella [Former Principle Dancer with the American Ballet Theatre], there were moments when he was stunning because I could not see the preparation and of course that takes your breath away."
- Gail Taft, Audience Member in Miami, Florida
"This [José Limón's The Moor's Pavane] is what I came to see! Iago danced by Jesse Obremski is dancing as if his life depended on it, he is inspired. With every movement he projects the darkside of the force. Mr. Obremski has found the choreographic bread crumb trail and is following its to its redrum (Stephen King) conclusion. Kathryn Alter’s (Emilia)... duet with Mr. Obremski beautifully sets up the tender Romeo and Juliet inspired pas de deux between The Moor (Bradley Beakes) and Desdemona (Elise Drew Lion)"
- Phillip McAbee, Medium/Adult Ballet LA
"At the Joyce performance that I saw [in May 2017], Kathryn Alter, Elise Drew Leon, and Jesse Obremski performed with precision and spirit a production of [José Limón's] Concerto Grosso staged and directed by Risa Steinberg."
- Deborah Jowitt, Arts Journal/DanceBeat
"... Kathryn Alter, Elise Drew, and Jesse Obremski articulate the wide, open shapes, sweeping turns around a. bent leg, and sharp arm accents [of José Limón's Concerto Grosso] with grace and confidence... Tall Obremski’s dark slacks and blue dress shirt look pedestrian; he deserves something softer, more flowing to emphasize the lyricism of his dancing."
- Gus Solomon, Solomon Says
"Dancers Kathryn Alter, Elise Drew Leon and Jesse Obremski performed [José Limón's Concerto Grosso] with great musicality, clarity and ease. CONCERTO GROSSO is a jewel and these three dance artists are wonderful in it."
- Jeff Slayton, SeeDance News
"They [The Limón Dance Company] opened with Limon's "Concerto Grosso,"... for three dancers: Kathryn Alter, Elise Drew Leon and Jesse Obremski, whose dancing epitomized simplicity, elegance and lyricism. The three exuded a joy that made you want to get onstage and breathe the same air; their adagio was a miracle of control, stopping time; in the finale, the release of pent-up energy could be felt viscerally."
- Susan L. Pena, Reading Eagle
"Jesse Obremski is the kind of dancer whose movement style mirrors his personality. His movements are very calm and fluid, yet there's something very grounded about them at the same time. There's nothing extra about any of his movement. It's very straight to the point. That also pertains to his choreographic style and his performance style."
- Saya Hishikawa, Interview En L'air
"[Jesse Obremski]... the gentlest and kindest of souls. Talent abundant. He was also cast as 'He Who Summons' in [Martha] Graham's Dark Meadow and brought utter elegance and power to the role. Hungry and so appreciative of the gifts he receives, he gives back ten-fold through the dedicated artistry of his work. Within him there is the future as we would like it to be... loving, tolerant, compassionate, creative, giving.
- Terese Capucilli, Former Principle Dancer and Artistic Director of The Martha Graham Dance Company
"The lead couple, Jesse Obremski and Cleo Person, danced it [Paul Taylor's Roses] with fluent simplicity, and a sense of quiet understanding"
- Marina Harss, DanceTabs