"As a sensitive and subtle pianist, David Bismuth likes to make the composers' dialogue [...] Magnified by the "Opus 102" piano with a hundred and two keys, the works of the three composers intertwine here wonderfully"
Télérama Dec 13. 2017, by Sophie Bourdais
"He offers us versions as delightful for the ear as they are satisfying for the mind. [...] the French pianist's playing style resembles that of his Portuguese colleague [Maria Joao Pires] : same fluidity, same full and luminous sound, same natural phrasing"
Diapason Dec. 2017, by Jérome Bastianelli
"Along with the alchemy he nurtures with theses scores, his sense of narration as well as the decantation of his play, [David Bismuth] offers with a persuasive eloquence an ideal choice to penetrate this music. A beautiful rendition indeed."
Classica Feb. 2018, by Michel Le Naour
"On the Opus 102, the result is surprising, confusing and exciting [...] the very beaded play and the touch both sharp and delicate of David Bismuth convince"
Pianiste Nov./Dec. 2017
"Pianist David Bismuth confirms the rich sound of the Opus 102, on which he has just recorded a beautiful record, sensitive and deep as usual"
La Croix Nov. 11 2017, by Emmanuelle Giuliani
"I wanted to bring a touch of novelty to a repertoire already engraved in the unconscious of music lovers : the works of Beethoven."
La lettre du musicien Feb. 2018 by Suzanne Gervais
Radio classique, Oct. 21 2017 by Alain Duault
France musique, Oct. 25 2017, by Lionel Esparza
"Beethoven did not write for a 102-note keyboard, but pianist David Bismuth devotes to it most of his new record, being the very first recording made on this instrument that the musician immediately adopted."
France Info, Dec. 16 2017, by Jean-Baptiste Urbain
"David Bismuth takes us into the hypnotic squalls of the last movement, it's a hit ! [...] we strongly advise you to listen to his last album "Beethoven and his masters", released under the label AmeSON, which will delight music lovers with a refined interpretation and a remarkable musical intelligence."
Classicagenda, Oct. 6 2017, by Julien Bordas