By using a very simple and unadorned tonal quality for the Beethoven, Jeremy Findlay also points to the development of the cello technique from the beginning of the 19th century to the present day, where he can explore the full range of sounds required. In the Gemrot, technical hurdles are brushed aside with agility and the wide range of dynamics for which the composer calls. Findlay has an excellent partnership with the Swedish pianist Per Rundberg, and their interplay in the Beethoven and Martinu is perfectly weighted.

The STRAD Magazine

The soloist [Dvorak Concerto] was cellist Jeremy Findlay, who demonstrated a remarkable agility, intensity and individuality of tonal color.” “Findlay’s tone in the faster passages was firm and rich with bounding vigor and precise articulation.

The Sunday Times of Malta

Cellist Jeremy Findlay, who often performs with pianist Elena Braslavsky, recently recorded Camille Saint-Saëns’ two cello concertos (along with the composer’s first cello sonata and “The Swan” from his “Carnival of the Animals”). He makes a strong impression through his unpretentiously sonorous playing, with long phrases and a pleasing fragrance that assures Saint-Saëns’ earnest dignity and yet playful temperament.

Salzburger Nachrichten

… The evening’s main event featured two cello concertos by Camille Saint-Saëns, one written thirty years after the other. Young Canadian cellist Jeremy Findlay worked excellently with the conductor and orchestra, evoking a clear and distinctive tone from his instrument, as well as bravura-charged virtuosity in the better known Concerto in A minor, but also maturity and a feeling for form in the rarely performed, later written D minor Concerto. The soloist reaffirmed his class in the finale of the latter piece.

Głos Wielkopolski, Poznań

Canadian cellist Jeremy Findlay performed Robert Schumann’s cello concerto in A minor, opus 129. We heard moving, romantic beauty throughout the whole duration of the piece; Mr. Findlay proportioned lyricism masterfully, without exaggeration, and played a hellishly difficult piece with surprising ease.

Regionalne Łodz, Poland

Cellist Jeremy Findlay gave an outstanding performance of the first and second cello suites by J.S. Bach. His interpretation was very moving and perfectly harmonized with the nature setting of the Jozaiji Temple [Tokyo]

The Nichiren Newspaper, Japan

Findlay and Braslavsky played with insight and true relish

The Globe and Mail, Toronto

Exuberantly impassioned performances… with plenty of opportunity to display the warmth and buoyancy of Findlay’s musicality.

Classical Music Magazine, Toronto

He commands a secure technique, a nicely formed tone and good musical instincts.

Toronto Star

This is superb playing by a fine young cellist who deserves to be heard worldwide.” “The whole record breaths fire, accuracy, and musicality.

Sir Roger Norrington