Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Stankov Ensemble (MERIDIAN)

The fluidity tussles, engage, releases and re-groups to give a pleasance of genteel glamour and absolute
formality. The entire encapsulation wouldn’t be as effective had it not been for the indoctrination by Linus
Lerner’s persnickety instruction…candid and permeable. – The Classical Music Network

The orchestral opening of the D-Minor Double Concerto is conducted with urgency by Lerner, who in
addition maintains a lovely sense of instrumental balance and transparency of textures.
Scott Noriega – Fanfare Magazine

The First Piano Concerto boasts a dynamic first movement, but it is in the delicate traceries of
the Andante that Stankov and Lerner are at their most successful, the conductor drawing real beauty from
his strings. The finale has a wonderfully light touch to it, with woodwinds in full Midsummer Night’s
Dream mode, and Stankov’s legerdemain is impeccable; Lerner is with him all the way…. There is, though,
the most delectable moment of counterpoint where Mendelssohn’s admiration for Bach can surely be
detected. Again, Lerner marshals his forces well, inspiring the Royal Philharmonic to its not
inconsiderable best.
Colin Clarke – Fanfare Magazine

Conductor Linus Lerner and his soloists are exactly on the same page. And everyone involved seems to be
enjoying themselves greatly…I simply can’t imagine anyone not loving this recording.
David Reznick – Fanfare Magazine

The quality of the music making is high, and this is a delightful way to discover some of Mendelssohn’s
other concertos.
Planet Hugill – A World of Classical Music

The orchestra is the Royal Philharmonic, so I don’t think anything more need be said about the excellence
of the orchestral contribution, which conductor Linus Lerner handles deftly.
Jerry Dubins – Fanfare Magazine

Once again, Lerner and the RPO are first-rate accompanists, and the work does gain in stature and
impact with Mendelssohn’s revised orchestration.
Ken Meltzer – Fanfare Magazine

Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra & Brett Deubner

The new concertos by Harberg and Wolpert are played very well, with the Southern Arizona Orchestra
offering rich accompaniment under Linus Lerner’s apt direction. Excellent audio. This is an excellent
unusual addition to the catalog.
— Classical CD Review

Viola concertos were never like this! Fine performances, good sound, terrific fun.
— The Gramophone Newsletter

Lerner wove flashes of playfulness into a concert seeped in swooning majesty.
— Arizona Daily Star

Lerner guided the orchestra in what was the most sublime four minutes of the afternoon. SASO performed
it gorgeously…It was as close to perfect as you can get without popping in a CD of the London Symphony
— Arizona Daily Star

Maestro Lerner is not just a wonderful conductor; he is a wonderful musician. A true musician’s
conductor. With every phrase he literally seeps music, with every breath the composer’s intentions flow.
— Brett Deubner, violist

It was an exhilarating, life-affirming two-hour journey. Throughout, Lerner produced crisp, fluid vocal
lines that complemented every language.
— Arizona Daily Star

Linus Lerner deleita al público moreliano con su concierto. El Teatro Ocampo lució a su máxima
capacidad, …… y Linus Lerner, demostró tener carisma y pasión, cualidades por las que ha sido elogiado
al inspirar a artistas y público, tal y como lo realizó con los michoacanos.
— MiMorelia

Lerner was able to coax a warm, vibrant sound from his players… the end result was a confident reading
shimmering with vibrancy and tumult.
— Arizona Daily Star

Maestro Linus Lerner’s music reflects his warmth, sincerely personality. With his highly professional
approach, his performances show diverse dimensions and colorful fragrance.
— Edwin So Kim, violinist

Con la pasión, elegancia y estilo que distingue al maestro Linus Lerner encabezó el concierto de gala
acompañado de la Orquesta Sinfónica de Michoacán. Bajo la batuta del destacado maestro Lerner, los
directivos del 103.3FM, disfrutaron del carisma de Lerner, quien ha sido elogiado alrededor del mundo
por su sello característico en sus presentaciones.
— Respuesta México

Linus Lerner imbued Fledermaus with flexible sparkle.
— The Opera Magazine | London

Linus Lerner se ha convertido en una presencia del arte lírico mexicano. En cada lugar que visita, hace
nacer opera.
— Revista Pro Ópera

Maestro Linus Lerner has never been better as he energetically and charismatically conducts an inspired
orchestra that seems to shine brighter and brighter with each new measure of Bizet’s remarkable
— Houston Chronicle

The Execution: Opera in the Heights imbues this froth with real animation, thanks to the brisk pace of
maestro Linus Lerner.
— Houston Press

On the podium is the energetic and expressive maestro, Linus Lerner, who conducts the talented twentythree
strong Opera in the Heights orchestra with precision and aplomb.
— Houston Chronicle

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