"Here (in Beethoven's Sonata op. 111), Marsoner's ability to suggest the vast integrity of Beethoven's architecture from different angles within the musical narrative is particularly impressive."





Franz Schubert
Impromptus D 899 . Piano pieces D 946



      Impromptu D 899-3, Andante


      Klavierstueck D 946-1, Allegro assai


"Outstanding Schubert with Ingrid Marsoner: Ingrid Marsoner plays Schubert's Impromptus with blooming lyricism, fluid and clear, pleasantly contrasting delicacy and more brilliant passages. The depth of feeling in these pieces, from poetry and longing to sadness and pain, is expressed in a performance of great beauty. (...)"

Remy Franck, Pizzicato


"The Austrian pianist Ingrid Marsoner encounters this depth in Franz Schubert's piano works with incredible intensity (...)"



"With this recording, Ingrid Marsoner has made a valuable addition to the Schubert discography (...)"

Ursula Magnes, Radio Klassik Stephansdom


Ludwig van Beethoven
Piano sonatas op. 101 . 78 . 111

Pizzicato SuperSonic Award


      Sonata Op 111, Maestoso - Allegro con brio ed appassionato


      Beethoven - Sonata in F sharp major Op. 78 - 1. Allegro, ma non troppo, Ingrid Marsoner, piano


"When it comes to Beethoven piano sonatas, we have Schnabel, Buchbinder and Barenboim, Gulda, Brendel ... Nevertheless, we cannot help but place the three sonatas op. 78, 101 & 111 in the interpretation by Ingrid Marsoner on the same level (...)"

Pizzicato (SuperSonic Award)

"There is the same emotional depth in her playing as can be found in the aforementioned greats of the past (...). Marsoner offers a convincing interpretative approach for the 21st century without unnecessarily and misguidedly caricaturing Beethoven's music."

Naxos Newsletter


Hummel | Beethoven - Piano Concertos

Thomas Rösner . Orchestre Symphonique Bienne



      Hummel Piano Concerto A minor op. 85 - III


      Beethoven Piano Concerto C major op. 15 - III


"Of course, this is also due to the truly soulful and crisp, fresh interpretation of the Austrian duo, which reminds me of Glenn Gould's legendary 1958 reference, especially in its breathing dialog culture and its lively drive."

Crescendo Magazine (CD among the highlights!)



Johann Sebastian Bach
Goldberg Variations BWV 988



      Bach - Goldberg Variations BWV 988 - Aria


      Bach - Goldberg Variations BWV 988 - Variatio I


"A luminosity and also - emotionality that is able to place itself in a parallel universe alongside Gould. Gorgeous, beautiful."

Plärrer - Nuremberg City Magazine


"Marsoner's view of Johann Sebastian Bach's Goldberg Variations is spectacular: because of their clarity, definition and poetic energy."

Tyrolean daily newspaper


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Piano Sonatas . Fantasia

      Mozart - Sonata in C minor, KV 457 - 3. Allegro assai

      Mozart - Sonata in C minor, KV 457, KV 457 - 1. Molto allegro

"A rarely good Mozart recording"

Radio Classic

"Deep musical insight and an extraordinary understanding of Mozart speak from the pianist's spirited art (...) Conclusion: a Mozart that will resonate for a long, long time."

Classics Today


Rick LaSalle (*1951)
Piano Sonatas . Ragtime



      Rick LaSalle - Sonata No.2 - 2.


      Rick LaSalle - Rondo Joplinesco \"Ragtime\"


"Crystal-clear articulation, extremely brilliant and present, striking as well as devoted and pensive playing. It sparkles and shines without ceasing"

Classical music today

"And the pianist Ingrid Marsoner, who turns the music into real little gems with her captivating interpretations, was also infected by this. Marsoner is simply brilliant in terms of playing technique."

Pizzicato Luxembourg



Jan Ladislav Dussek
Piano concerto in F major, op. 17

Paul Weigold - Camerata pro Musica