“The artist Elizabeth Hopkins opens her heart to the audience with lucid, deeply thoughtful playing, sincere and unaffected.” (Frankenpost)

“A most enjoyable evening” (Süddeutsche Zeitung)

“One was reminded of Clara Haskil” (Landsberger Tagblatt)

“Then Elizabeth Hopkins sat down at the piano and we hear that the delightful speaker is also an outstanding pianist..... then more well-chosen words between the pieces, humorous and informative - a masterly presentation, that many radio introducers could use as a model......this is the way to interest people in classical music.” (Süddeutsche Zeitung)

“Doubled enjoyment thanks to the charming introduction” (Münchner Merkur)

“A series with all of Beethoven’s Violin Sonatas - this would be nothing extraordinary, were not Elizabeth Hopkins at the piano.....” (SZ Extra)

“Elizabeth Hopkins sensitizes the listening habits of her audience and turns every concert into a musical adventure.” (Süddeutsche Zeitung)

““A pleasure in listening of the highest order” (Chiemgau Zeitung)

“Light-fingered elegance” (Eichstätter Kurier)

“A perfect Bach” (Süddeutsche Zeitung)

“First silence, then enraptured applause” (Weilheimer Tagblatt)

“ A most successful look at Bach’s work” (Mainpost)

“Sensitive and perfect” (Süddeutsche Zeitung)

“Not only for Bach fans” (Fuldaer Zeitung)

“Music is doubly enjoyable, if it is not only heard, but also understood.” (Eichstätter Kurier)

"The completely unpretentious Scottish pianist (with the perfect German) entrances not only with the music, but also with anecdotes relating to the composer's life" (Merkur)

"A completely sure instinct, wonderful attention to detail evoking nostalgic memories and deepest emotions - a most moving interpretation." (Süddeutsche Zeitung)

"The 'Bravo' calls from the audience and the applause seemed never-ending" (Merkur)