"...they respond to the enhanced emotional range of NO. 27 K379 and No33 K.481 with such graceful sensitivity that and micro-inflected insight that at the point of contact it is difficult to imagine them better played." - Mozart Violin Sonatas CD review, BBC MUSIC MAGAZINE, June 2016

"Highlights include Ibragimova’s tone as she blossoms into the major-key slow theme in the adagio of K481, and Tiberghien’s echoey, bell‑like episode in the Sonata, K14; but there is something to raise a smile in every single movement." - Mozart Violin Sonatas CD review, THE GUARDIAN, May 26, 2016

"...it would be hard to imagine more persuasive performances than we have here from the ever-rewarding Tiberghien-Ibragimova duo: delicate without feyness, rhythmically buoyant..." - Mozart Violin Sonatas CD review, GRAMOPHONE, May 2016

"The Violin Sonata No. 23 in D major K306 (1778) that closed the programme also provided a demonstration in just how thrilling the dialogue, conversation and exchange between violin and piano in a Mozart sonata can be."6 Mozart violin sonatas at Wigmore Hall, MUSIC OMH, April 30, 2015

“An entirely suave, often brilliant display of salon and virtuoso music for violin and piano by Schubert, seamlessly performed and recorded.“   - Schubert: Complete work for violin and Piano, AUDIOPHILE AUDITION, September 2, 2013

“This is a consciously virtuoso work full of confidence and flamboyance with both violinist and pianist in their elements. This set is a revelation. Buy it!“   - Schubert: Complete Work for Violin and Piano, LIMELIGHT, October 10, 2013

“An entirely suave, often brilliant display of salon and virtuoso music for violin and piano by Schubert, seamlessly performed and recorded.“   - Schubert: Complete work for violin and Piano, AUDIOPHILE AUDITION, September 2, 2013

“The duo of violinist Alina Ibragimova and pianist Cédric Tiberghien in Schubert‘s complete violin and piano music is an unbeatable dream-team... Their playing integrates seamlessly the best of the old and the new... Remarkably Ibragimiva and Tiberghien match the creative enrichment with playing that is both more tonally opulent and expressively generous, yet retains its open-air innocence, as in the unashamedly Beethovenian scherzo... It sets the seal on a stunning set of performances that looks set to become the yardstick against which others will invariably be judged.“   - Schubert: Complete Work for Violin and Piano, SINFINI MUSIC, August 14, 2013

“The fruitful artistic partnership between Alina Ibragimova and Cédric Tiberghien has already yielded Hyperion discs of Ravel and Szymanowski... Ibragimova and Tiberghien adopt an intimate, gently expressive manner in the early sonatas, though it can still possess rhythmic gusto...“   - Schubert: Complete Work for Violin and Piano, THE TELEGRAPH, July 25, 2013

“From its gently murmuring opening to the virtuosity of the concluding Presto this was an undoubtedly stunning performance, not only for the brilliance of Ibragimova’s bowing and stupendous finger work, and Tiberghien’s immaculately manicured passage-work, but its breathtaking clarity of texture and musical integrity, with every note and phrase perfectly judged and proportioned.“   - Barber Institute, Birmingham University, BIRMINGHAM POST, February 8, 2013

“Ibragimova played the Sonata that followed with easy grace, but dug deep in the ambitious modulations, well articulated by an alert Tiberghien, that make this teenage composition such a fully rounded work.“   - A Schubert Night w/ Cedric Tiberghien, Wigmore Hall, THE GUARDIAN, February 1, 2013

"Alina Ibragimova and Cédric Tiberghien have become today's partnership of choice for violin and piano repertory."   - Ravel: Complete Music for Violin and Piano review, THE GUARDIAN, October 13, 2011

"Ibragimova's Tzigane is one of the best on disc - the fireworks are astonishing, but there's a lot of impish fun as well ... Ibragimova is happiest in the mature Sonata No 2, where the central Blues movement really struts and glitters. Every slide and smear is perfectly realized, aided by Cédric Tiberghien's steel-plated accompaniment."   - Ravel: Complete Music for Violin and Piano review, THE ARTS DESK, October 8, 2011

"The instinctive artistic collaboration between Alina Ibragimova and Cédric Tiberghien that has been so evident in their recordings of the Beethoven violin sonatas and another one of Szymanowski, is again brought to the fore in this perceptive and magically played programme of French chamber music."   - CD Review, Ravel: Complete Music for Violin & Piano, THE TELEGRAPH, September 15, 2011