Timothy Durkovic combines the virtuosity, sound and heartbreaking lyricism of a bygone era with extraordinary fire and intensity. On the world stage, he is one of the most gifted performers of his generation — a powerful, authentic pianist."
…an incisive and exciting performance."
[Durkovic’s] playing is so secure, sounds effortless, the music is always in the forefront, and the over all effect is one of music making that is too rarely heard."
In Durkovic we have an admirable pianist with innate talent which...will take him to the principal cities of the world as Guatemala's grand national revelation of the twentieth century. He will become one of the bastions of the international solo piano world."
Durkovic … is destined to become a big-league pianist … The warm tones he developed in the second movement [of the Mozart G-Major Concerto] and the piquant sounds in the third movement match what you have to believe was Mozart's own talent."
It was amazing how well [Leticia Oaks] Strong and Durkovic blended together. Strong's mellow viola tones were complemented by Durkovic's sensitive playing. He was a wonderful accompanist. He never overpowered Strong; instead, he always underscored her resonant sounds."
Durkovic performed [Crumb's] complex score with sensitivity to colors."
Durkovic created very lovely tones from the piano."
…moving and highly dramatic. His Mozart sparkled with great vitality and a positive approach. [He possesses] a quality of mastery which made light work of technical difficulties…a well seasoned recitalist."
Durkovic displays mature artistry…[and] has boundless potential."
The audience sat spellbound as his fingers effortlessly flew up and down the keyboard drawing from each listener the certainty that the music was his and his alone. He demonstrated mastery of technique and a wide range of skills."
Durkovic created a grand atmosphere…strong presence…and rhythmic exuberance. He will reach international acclaim."