‘Tosca Opdam painted a harrowing portrait of inconsolable sadness with her angst-fueled shivers, austere grey-sky harmonics and mournful cadenzas as the basses and timpani fluttered through the gloom below.’ — Lucid Culture, on Sibelius Violin Concerto, Greenwich Village Orchestra, conductor Barbara Yahr in Lincoln Center, NYC

‘Enchanting musical personality’ — De Volkskrant on winning the Oskar Back Competition

‘A program of great intelligence, played with luminous elegance, dynamic expressive range and a graceful spirit of invitation. A splendid and memorable Carnegie-Weill debut by a violinist whose musical intelligence and expressive clarity make for a distinctive and gorgeous artistry.’ — Jean Ballard Terepka, Theaterscene

‘At times bold and regal, other times poignant and tender; at all times rendered gorgeously.’ — Huffington Post, Recital Hall Concertgebouw Amsterdam

‘Tosca Opdam won the audience to her confident, expressive interpretation. She engaged in a thrilling dialogue with the orchestra.’ — Arco Music Magazine

‘A guided tour of the innermost secrets of music stretching across four centuries… not to mention a lusciously tuneful ride. Rewarded with three standing ovations.’ — New York Music Daily on the Carnegie Hall debut

‘Energetic, lively and savouring every measure, she truly brought the substantial score to life. With great expressive clarity and musical charisma, she demonstrated a gift for storytelling that surpassed mere virtuosity.’ — Schaffhauser Nachrichten on Bartók’s Violin Concerto No. 2