Two recent reviews of the new album The Piano Files II
"The opening movement inaugurates the half-hour concerto on a brooding, ruminative note, though, true to Eisenga form, it doesn't take long for the music to grow in energy and become rhythmically
charged. Four minutes into the first part, its patterns can be heard locking into position with the precision of a machine operating in peak form...".
Inactuelles : "The Chants d'Automne which
open the album are the worthy successors of the Summer Songs from the Piano Files of 2009. Written for four pianos, all under the fingers of Jeroen van Veen, they drag us irresistibly into
their whirling melodies and their serene and clear sounds. It is a beautiful shower of lively notes, a joyous madness, like a race in fields bathed in sunshine..."