"Similar plaudits must go to keyboard player Jean-Christophe Dijoux, who I had also heard and praised in an earlier Bachfest. Whether playing two different types of harpsichord or the little Silbermann organ in the Grassi Museum, he demonstrated a detailed understanding of period style which he combined with a refreshingly fresh approach to interpretation."
Andrew Benson-Wilson, Early Music Reviews, June 2016
"Dem versierten Cembalisten schien es Genuss zu bereiten, den silberhellen Klang des Cembalos (Nachbau von William Dowd nach einem zweimanualigen Instrument des niederländischen Cembalobauers Andreas Ruckers) auszukosten."
Badische Zeitung, March 2016
"Mr Dijoux had taken much trouble and this is of course a characteristic of the true professional. (...) He not only gave a brilliant performance but also gave the strong impression of being willing and capable to interact with and instruct an interested lay-public."
Katevents blog, September 2015
"Of these items, Wq 2 lead by Jean-Christophe Dijoux from the harpsichord was outstanding: directing the ensemble from the harpsichord, he tactfully negotiated all the cadences with the full harmonic nuance inherent in the composition while he lovingly and masterfully played the solo part. It was an exquisite proposition for how Bach might have performed at Zimmerman’s."
Yo Tomita, Bach Notes No. 23 (Newsletter of the American Bach Society), November 2015
"In complete contrast came CPE Bach’s Concerto in E flat for harpsichord and strings, with excellent playing from soloist Jean-Christophe Dijoux."
Andrew Benson-Wilson, Early Music Reviews, July 2015