“In many ways, Bergmann’s piano music also reminds the listener of Conlon Nancarrow and his ‘Player Piano Studies’. Dissimilar things appear to be combined spontaneously and explosively, smoothly or falteringly. Yet in all of this, the artist-cum-composer retains control over the dramaturgy. (…) Bergmann’s Scriabin interpretations of the Prélude cycles, op. 11 and op. 74, along with the Etude, op. 42, No. 8, are truly inspiring.” – Hoffmann

Link to Review (in German)