Back Press Commentaries about Uwe Berkemer as a Pianist

(translated from german !)

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung  (28 September 1995) :

... With remarkable virtuosity and intense artistic empathy Uwe Berkemer on the piano supported the calm and thoughtful form of the „Madrigals“ as convincing as the agitated athmosphere of the dramolette „Im Herzen ähnlich“ in the five Songs op. 15 of Richard Strauss...


Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung  (20 September 1995) about Piano Duo Berkemer & Nadim:

... Both Uwe Berkemer and Hatem Nadim prefer a very sensitive, out of quiet sounds evolving tone. They were scintillating pure passion when playing Mozarts Sonate in D major KV 448 while wisely choosing the right tempo. The musical structure of this work was opened up for the listener through clear phrasing. Just as sensitive Schumanns Andante and Variations in B major op. 46 turned out. After Rachmaninows masterly „Fantaisie-tableaux“ in G minor op. 5 the Pianist Duo emphasized the iberian tempermante in Manuel Infantes „Danses Andalouses“ between subliminal heat, subdued quietness and fiery outbreaks ...