Maurice Steger is without a doubt an artist who pushes the recorder to its physical and expressive limits. Dedicated as few others, he presents music as a pulsing, throbbing moment, breaking the chains of notation and transforming notes into living entities. That music is more than just the patient reading of a score, that spontaneous, imaginative turns are the essence of music, Maurice Steger embodies this platitude anew: his playing is not merely spectacular but also is driven by the desire to give shape and form in the tradition of Harnoncourt …

Early music Magazine

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