""Making music reaches further than a sympathic culture perception.""Painist, 01-11-2016
"Making music reaches further than a sympathic culture perception."
Luister, April 2016
"Answers to a fall vision"
Piano Wereld, 04-4-2016
"itt adorns Libeer that he introduces with much respect and understanding speaks of the two masters and that he does justice by the brightness of the lines (Lignes Claires) in the foreground."
Luister Magazine, 01-4-2016
Pianist, April 2016
"Libeer handles the rhythms freely, giving the pieces their natural character. "
Nederlands Dagblad, 25-3-2016
"This album is also an exploration of piano sound, which tingles in the warm acoustics of Flagey, such as light sparkles in a glass and gets his tone through the wine that was poured into it. Nothing is more transient than this, Libeer seems to tell us."
Piano Wereld, 16-3-2016
"Julien Lambert honors him with a performance of a nocturne and the Sonatine for the left hand warm, glowing notes with a surprise: Lipatti gave not only to old masters, but also had something beautiful with the rhythmic volkmuziek of his country. His Sonatine sounds in the hands of Lancaster as a toccata with swirling drive which, again, close to the jazz."
De Volkskrant, 04-3-2016
"Because what immediately stands out to his interpretation and piano playing is the absolute brightness of the discourse: the wonderfully balanced melodic lines and the intelligent, almost intellectual structure of the big bow. This combined with flawlessly clear articulation, an almost maniacal attention to and highly sensitive to the touch of the smallest color shift, and the playful nuances in the rhythm, it all delivers an enchanting listening experience."
''Julian Libeer is honoring him with a version of nocturne and the Sonatine for the left hand. Warm musical notes with a surprise: Lipatti did not just care about old masters, but also had astrong connection with the rythmic folk music from his country. His Sonatine in Libeer's hands sound like a toccata with a swirling drive, again, close to the jazz.''
De Volkskrant, 17-2-2016