“Rahbee opened the concert with a spirited reading of Franz Joseph Haydn’s Overture to Il mondo della luna (The World on the Moon). Mr. Rahbee is an extroverted conductor whose energy is shown at all times with sweeping gestures and demonstrable attention to all details. Mr. Rahbee also conducted the opening work of the second half, J.S. Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 in G major … there can be no dispute about the excellence of the performance.” - New York Concert Review Inc., January 4th, 2019.
The musicians explored the dynamic contrasts in the first movement, and atmospherically shaped the soft melodies of the Largo. In clearly intoned string-sound and richly nuanced articulation the orchestra brought to life the increasingly mounting agitation." (Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach's Hamburger Symphonie Nr. 5 in B minor).
The accents of the orchestra emphasized the excitement of the fast closing theme, in balanced interaction with Ana-Marija Markovina's virtuoso parts." (Felix Mendelssohn's Concerto in A minor for piano and strings with pianist Ana-Marija Markovina and the Kammerphilharmonie Berlin Brandenburg).
Westdeutsche Allgemiene Zeitung / (issue for Herne and Wanne-Eickel)
The Hamburger Symphonie Nr. 5 (Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach) expresses a noticeable lightness that leads from the Baroque to Classical period. The Kammerphilharmonie Berlin Brandenburg under the direction of David Alexander Rahbee made this lightness of feeling come alive in a most beautiful transparency.
...in the Piano Concerto in A minor by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, the orchestra was a congenial partner.
Under the direction of David Alexander Rahbee, the strings were devoted with the highest degree of precision and, above all expressive power.
Michael Ardnt / Oberhessischen Presse
David Rahbee appeared as an experienced conductor, giving the "Finale" (from Bartok's Concerto for Orchestra with Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg) presto with brilliant and rhythmic airs of dance, which brought out intense and intoxicating, evocative colors.
Concerto No 2' directed with an attentive flexibility by conductor David Alexander Rahbee...
The talent of David Alexander Rahbee shines as conductor of the Matav Hungarian Symphony Orchestra.
A dazzling performance...a warm and passionate presentation...
This orchestra of young professionals played their hearts out with commitment and passion... (Alexander Mnatsakanyan's Symphony no. 2 with the Fidelio Chamber Orchestra)
The Armenian Mirror-Spectator
Rahbee gave a resounding performance...fetching, captivating, inventive, rhythmically tantalizing... Rahbee's conducting was exuberant and the players' response exhilerating. (Boris Blacher's Paganini Variations)
The Ellsworth American