This most hackneyed of concerto warhorses [Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto] emerges with a spring-like freshness and spontaneous sincerity that feel thoroughly authentic.
The Strad, Julian Haylock, June 2018
I suspect Antje Weithaas won’t remain the only violinist to put both cycles of the solo violin sonatas of JS Bach and Eugène Ysaÿe together. However, I also suspect that, regardless of who next takes the plunge, hers will yet stand tall alongside it.
Gramophone, Charlotte Gardner, January 2018
Antje Weithaas, an independent-minded player, has released her third volume of Bach and Ysaÿe. It’s a treat. The ever probing Weithaas adroitly combines poetry, technical wizardry and humanity.
The Observer, Fiona Maddocks, 03/12/2017
The poetic but strong playing of the German violinist Antje Weithaas has nuance and detail without ever sounding mannered, individuality without indulgence.
The Observer, Fiona Maddocks, 08/09/2015
Every phrase is well thought out, every harmony resonates with vitality; her playing is full of dramatic tension and her tones have an almost divinely clear quality to them.
KulturSPIEGEL, Johannes Salzwedel, January 2014
Highly virtuosic and animated, technically flawless and with breathtaking intensity at times – these were the hallmarks of this quite exemplary performance.
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Rhein Main, 16/09/2013