With her concise and lively verbal introductions, Judith Pfeiffer brings enlightening spotlights to the composers’ biography. What is most essential, she conveys through the piano. … [The artist] combines pianistic mastery with penetrating interpretations. Her play is lucid, highly energetic and deeply poetic. Brilliant also, how she recognizes the sensibility of contemporary music and the magical sense of the piece.
Fränkischer Anzeiger, 3/11/2003
Judith Pfeiffer is full of music!
Westerwälder Zeitung, 1/23/2004
Judith Pfeiffer knew to spellbind the audience with her intense and lively performance as well as her charming verbal explanations. [She] gave a unique piano recital at Schloβ Balmoral.
She came, saw and vanquished … mastering Franz Schubert, Clara Schumann, J. S. Bach, Joseph Haydn, Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy and Alexander Scriabin as otherwise only very great artists succeed in doing, with empathy and an outstanding technique. Eckartbote 4/2000
The spell of graceful sounds
Judith Pfeiffer’s play is always unobtrusive, the sparkling runs are of technical perfection, and she lovingly pursues every detail. … You fall, as it were, under the spell of these graceful and gentle, always transparently delivered sounds.
Neue Westfälische, 6/11/2002
It was very informative how the artist sketched out the structure and nature of the pieces in her talk. Her performance demonstrated how well she was able to do so without words also. International standard was found in her ability to perform the whole recital program by memory.
Kölner Stadtanzeiger, 1/21/2003
At the German embassy, the young pianist Judith Pfeiffer presented a program brilliantly performed. … The enthusiastic audience also included Witrud Holik, the German ambassadress.
Bundespressedienst Österreich (Austrian Federal Press Service) 4/2000
Judith Pfeiffer is a versatile pianist offering well-considered renderings, and, moreover, in her talks points out lines of development and historical as well as sociological aspects—an entertaining and instructive evening.
Göttinger Tageblatt, 6/26/2000
Judith Pfeiffer presented eight Études by Chopin, ... [pieces] by Brahms and not least the majestic sonata in a minor by Schubert playfully. Playful in the best sense of the word, since the artist lived through the recital literally with body and soul.
Westerwälder Zeitung, 10/9/2007