Rupert Hobday quoted Kathrin Waldraff in Summer 2004 in „TOPAZ MAGAZIN“:

„The five pieces of the „Sinfinia del Diletto“ [from V. Studtrucker] came across as surprisingly light, gentle and intimate [...] . Each piece a jewel on its own and all together a weave of beautiful sounds, melodies and rhythms that flow like fresh water or a spring breeze through the hall and through all the people in it. It had a calming effect, softening, and at the same time an awakening of finer lives inside [...] as if all listeners became gentle in the presence of it [...]“

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