“Bright, alert playing… a quietly soaring musical epiphany”  ~Gramophone

“Korevaar stressed intimacy and rendered bravura passages with an unshowy facility…He let loose appealingly in [his own transcription of Liszt’s] Festklänge.”  ~The New York Times

“Korevaar, whose previous recordings include fine accounts of Bach, Beethoven, Brahms and Lowell Liebermann, is clearly up to the musical and considerable technical challenges here and he holds our attention throughout.”  ~International Record Review

“[Korevaar’s] Beethoven moved from the dreamy to the abrupt and from the ephemeral to the insistent, all with equal conviction. His Ravel had an immediacy that spoke in believably Gallic tones.”  ~Washington Post

“Korevaar demonstrated an impressive talent that was as vigorously intelligent as it was individual.”  ~Baltimore Evening Sun

“A triumph!… some truly wonderful music… all played with the greatest sensitivity and distinction, and the result is an exemplary recording that deserves a place in any serious collection.”  ~International Piano

“Fluent and musicianly…his playing is rapt and reflective”  ~Gramophone

“Korevaar’s sensitivity, rhythmic command and precision were outstanding.”  ~Musical Opinion

“The Beethoven [Diabelli Variations] was both powerful and thoughtful. Korevaar explored the technical intricacies and the musical implications of Beethoven’s ideas with imagination and virtuosity.”  ~Washington Post

“[Korevaar] offers brilliant, sensitive, subtly nuanced performances of all the pieces at hand.”  ~Fanfare

“A kaleidoscope of sonorities…the power to beguile the listener with charm and grace”  ~International Piano

“Korevaar’s performances are dedicated and right on the money.”

“[Korevaar’s] confident approach to these three scores lays them open before us with all Beethoven’s intentions realized.”  ~Classik Reviews

“Wonderfully warm, pliant, spontaneous playing”  ~Washington Post

“David Korevaar gives a tour de force performance…”  ~Fanfare

“fascinating” – “triumphant… vivid”  ~Musical Opinion

“Stylistic command of a wide variety of music and genuine flair…articulate…lucid…strikingly spontaneous…technically solid, sonically impressive and thoroughly commanding.”  ~Boston Globe

“David Korevaar not only played splendidly but offered knowledgeable introductory comments.”  ~Strings

“Korevaar’s Brahms lacks nothing…This is Romanticism at its most intellectually satisfying.”  ~International Record Review

“Korevaar’s Ravel has a meticulous clarity…This is splendid playing…quite outstanding.”  ~Fanfare

“Unfailing virtuosity…impeccable interpretations”  ~Diapason