"...grande clarte et une precision meticuleuse qui peuvent enthousiasmer.
Cet instrument peut aussi apporter une polyphonie qui ne detruit pas l'equilibre des
registres. C'est une fete pour l'oreille, car les sonorities legeres se propagent tout
en gardant leur timbre intact et leur puissance emotive."
L'ECHO DE LA BOURSE, BRUXELLES
"Technically Mr. Reichenbach is a virtuoso player, categorically demonstrated by his masterly account of Regondi's
Introduction e Caprice, one of the most difficult pieces in the guitar repertoire. The four movements of Bach's a-minor Partita
were outstanding, the voices perfectly balanced, the timbres always individual, but never obtrusive. A rare musical experience."
THE DUNDEE COURIER
"Gerhard Reichenbach, who presented an almost unknown guitar repertoire in a performance of great brilliance
and clarity. ...a musical evening, in which the guitar was once more presented as a very interesting concert instrument."
S?DDEUTSCHE ZEITUNG, MUNICH
"Clear scales, performed by Gerhard Reichenbach with almost incredible technical ease."
"Gerhard Reichenbach together with the Bayerische Kammerphilharmonie.
Soon it was obvious: He is not a musician, who performs music as a task.
He directly vitalized Leo Brouwer's "Tres Danzas concertantes" through his "furioso" and his spontaneous, improvising-like art, which is bursting out of energy.
And Boris Assafievs Concerto G-Major, a work in a more classical style, he played with good sense for the dramatic power and for its humour."
"A true virtuoso of the guitar"
RHEIN ZEIITUNG, KOBLENZ
"Reichenbach ha avvolto il publico in sonorita leggere e cantanti, cesellate divagando, nel parlato scordere ritmico, con dolcezza,
in un suonare poeico e raccolto, davvero personale nelle scelta delle sfumature."
IL MESSAGERO VENETO
"It is always something special when a European musician dares to perform music from South America. If it is sometimes said, that
South American players are unmatched in terms of the feeling for Latin-American music, Gerhard Reichenbach convinces us of the opposite."
DETLEV BORK, STACCATO
"The gem is Sergio Assad's wonderful Aquarelle. Reichenbach shows, that he has the fingers for the mostly animated
first movement (Divertimento), not to mention an understanding for the music's evolution from a bare three-note motiv.He captures
its essential breathless quality very neatly. The concluding Preludio e Toccatina scampers around the fingerboard in a fine style,
and Reichenbach is up to all the intricacies, the dash and exuberance well realized."
"Gerhard Reichenbach is one of the great artists in the classical guitar scene. His playing forces and invites to careful
listening and to sharing the sounds and emotions.
He knows about the art to let the guitar sing. Reichenbach is a musician in the best meaning of this word:
He lets his instrument sing of all the beautiful things, which make our life comfortable, without any kind
of "fishing for applause", only with his mastership. Three encores showed that he was successful."
"Artistic competence which delights!"
PROF. DIETER KREIDLER