Tobias Preisig, who introduced his quartet at the Freiburg Jazz
Congress, deserves acclaim.
brings a compelling drive to his performance, using inventive bowing
techniques to coax new sounds from his violin."
Kobe, Badische Zeitung, May 12, 2010
and violin? Of course. Especially if you play like Tobias Preisig."
Giese, Jazzthing Mar/Apr 10
anyone plays jazz so delicately as he does."
Merki, Tages-Anzeiger, March 30, 2010
succeeds too, on 'Flowing Mood', in creating a stylistic profile of
his own. Often, he starts out from an underlying mood of elegiac
melancholy, which the band's sensitive ensemble playing draws out
into a melodramatic arc of tension."
Bernays, NZZ, March 31, 2010
quartet with pianist Stefan Rusconi, bassist André Pousaz and
percussionist Michi Stulz, he [Tobias Preisig] presents an album that
makes its mark with precision, controlled dynamics and a wealth of
different timbres." Manfred
Papst, NZZ am Sonntag, April 18, 2010
28-year-old Swiss jazz violinist has found his musical voice, and his
'Flowing Mood' is a highly promising debut album"
Künzli, AZ Sonntag, March 28, 2010
compositions flow into one another almost as if in a dream and merge
into an atmosphere that is appositely expressed by 'Flowing Mood'.
(…) High above all soars the oscillating violin of Tobias Preisig,
who has mastered the art of bringing an instrument seldom heard in
jazz into concord with the acoustic rhythm section."
Bossart, JAZZ’N’MORE 3/2010