Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung:
. . . Jeff Beer uses all possibilities between sound and silence and achieves a wide range of color, which, it is difficult to believe, is produced by just one instrument . . .
Le Monde, Paris:
. . . the greatly experienced soloist won with his breath-taking performance — in the opinion of the audience and jury alike — the special award reserved for the best interpretation of this piece . . .
. . . the day belonged exclusively to the percussionist from Germany.
With his extraordinary sensitivity Jeff Beer accomplished almost symphonic-like effects
of colors . . .
. . . an extraordinary musician with a high sense for his instrument and with a magnificent flowing play . . .
. . . one of the most outstanding percussionists of today's avant-garde music . . .
. . . there are only positive things to say about the concert of this musician: an absolute rhythmical certainty, an extraordinary sense for color (the ranges of different sounds the artist was able to draw out of his instruments was plainly fascinating) and an amazing gift for improvisation (the encore following the frenetic applause of the audience proved it) . .
. . . a master of nuances in the inexhaustible area between pitched tone and noise . . .
. . . sensational the virtuosity of the percussion soloist Jeff Beer, winner of the German Music Contest in Bonn . . .
Die Welt, Hamburg:
. . . with a glittering encore Jeff Beer proved his outstanding talent as instrumentalist and composer between advanced contemporary music and free jazz . . .