Antonia Schreiber, whose harp playing on such a perfect example of a warm-toned instrument, with the artistic plasticity which resulted from the absolute technical clarity can only be described as exemplary.
Thüringische Landeszeitung, 26. Mai 2009

Many words have already been written to describe elegant harpists and graceful harp sounds, and surely they apply to Antonia Schreiber. What impressed the most of this 24-year old, apart from the delicate, extremely expressive virtuosity, was her convincingly powerful playing, with which she could prove herself effortlessly above the State Orchestra. She articulated the solo passages convincingly with well-placed accents.
Braunschweiger Zeitung, 3. January 2009

The highlight at the end was Pablo de Sarasate’s well known “Carmen-Fantasie”, where the entire orchestral part is transferred to the harp. This did not hinder the piece in any way – quite the opposite. The violin never had difficulties to overpower a larger instrument, and because two masters of their instruments (Ingolf Turban and Antonia Schreiber) were at work, all the colours of the orchestra could be found: percussion, basses, winds – impressive and exciting.
Coburger neue Presse, 23. March, 2011

Finely tuned Harp pièces…
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 30. September 2006

It was a joy to observe Schreibers fingers play delicately and then again powerfully over the 47 strings of her harp.
Borkener Zeitung, 22. March 2011

Antonia Schreiber proved herself as a master of her instrument through her stupendous security and flexible phrasing. Her fluid playing in the challenging parts was remarkable.
Coburger Tagblatt, 23. March, 2011

The Bach-Sonata g-minor for Travers Flute and Continuo BWV 1011 (..) were emulating Bach-blood and impressed with their precise collaboration, as well as the colourful dynamic shading of their playing.
Thüringer Allgemeine Zeitung, 18. April 2001

The piece, which was surely the highlight, was “Une chatelaine en sa tour…” which Gabriel Fauré was inspired to compose based on a poem by Paul Verlaine. Delicate harmonics together with flimmering glissandi combined to show an undreamt of range of tonal breadth.
Augsburger Allgemeine Zeitung, 5. May 2005