Welt Online, september 2008 (our translation)
"The two performers offered something that a normal concert atmosphere rarely manages to communicate, namely the deeply affecting experience of sound coming in to being, which intensified the aura of intimacy and tenderness emerging from the music. Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach's sonata in C major, Wq 136, originally for viola da gamba and basso continuo, was thus filled with gestures of sound, bringing out an admirable fragility and softness in the harmony. Appealing was also the '32 couplets de folies' by Marin Marais. Here the two musicians offered improvisatorial tricks, and waves of intensification, bursting with instrumental fat [sic]"
Weser Kurier Online, september 2008 (our translation)