„[...] On behalf of chancellor after date Dr. Helmut Kohl I thank you [...] for sending the DVD „Eine Europäische Sinfonie“ [of V. Studtrucker]. Mr. Dr. Kohl was very pleased.“
Dear Mr. Studtrucker, [...] I think that your music is very accosting, and I like to call it meditative music that does not clame a certain space, but does master all rooms. The themes are floating in the universe
„[...] I thank you sincerely for sending the CD [„Morgensinfonie“] [...]“
„[...] On behalf of His Royal Highness Prince Claus of the Netherlands I herewith confirm [...] proper recept of the CD „Morgensinfonie“ of Volkmar Studtrucker.
„Dear Mr. Studtrucker, [...] CD „Morgensinfonie“. I was very pleased about the gift that reminds me of the very impressful concert [...] .“
Dear Mr. Studtrucker, [...] your intention (how I read it) to compose music that is broadly comprehensible, pleasing but yet directed towards transmitting ideas (you call it „classical-poetic“)
„Dear Mr. Studtrucker, [...] reports about the premiere of the piano concert No I in the polish Mielec.
[...] The GEMA estimates the symphonies of Volkmar Studtrucker in the following way: „The themes show exceptional inspiration as well as their composary execution
„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 ...
[...] The composer Volkmar Studtrucker, born in 1960 in Erlangen, Germany, is surprisingly dismissive of „modern“ music that has appeared over the last few decades.