Acclaim

“David Griffiths was a superb soloist, his dynamic range including some sublime pianissimo and his facility demonstrated in the recurring cadenzas.” The Age (April 2013)

“This is a superbly produced and recorded album that will captivate clarinet aficionados.” Audiophile Audition (US)

“an impassioned and committed performance … not just technically superb but spiritually intense too.” The Classical Review (UK)

a refined, cogent reading, intimate and beautifully weightedthe clarinettist David Griffiths impressively controlled in his unaccompanied number, the demanding Abîme des oiseaux. Sunday Times (UK) March 2012 

More depth emerged with the Brahms Clarinet Sonata No. 2, where Griffiths and pianist Timothy Young reached that plane where you feel you are eavesdropping, so warm and intense was their technical and emotional interplay.”    The Age, Melbourne (November 2009)

“Griffiths and Young injected maximum style and spirit into the jaunty groovy Latin rhythms”  Herald Sun, Melbourne (November 2007)

“A sterling performance of the Three Pieces for Solo Clarinet by Stravinsky began the night. Griffiths span out his long notes in the first of these testing pieces with a sustaining power little short of spellbinding.”   The Age, Melbourne (June 2007)

“This display was stunning and will linger long in the memory” Hobart Mercury  (February 2012)

“Particularly impressive was an emotive, fluent performance of Bernstein’s Sonata for clarinet and piano, Griffith’s silky tone and easy execution of the work’s sparkling virtuosity quite exceptional.”   The Australian (February 2012)

“performed with energy and enthusiasm”, “combined technical prowess with musical imagination”   Adelaide Advertiser (April 2009)

“This was a concert of polished performances filled with personality and detail.”  Herald Sun, Melbourne (June 2007)

“Griffiths played with an even tone and boundless lyricismHerald Sun, Melbourne (May 2007)

“Griffiths and Bogosavljevic played with engaging conversational flare”  Herald Sun, Melbourne (May 2007)