"(. . .) die Komposition Nosey & Gussie LaMore (Characters from Stroller White's Goldrush Days) von Stefan Hakenberg verwandelte den Konzertsaal mit verflochtenen, volkstümlichen Melodien in einen spannenden Klangkörper."
(Kiyoshi Furukawa, Positionen)
|"We sat right in the middle, the best seats in the house.
The show opened with four people on stage: a Scottish snare-drum player in a kilt, a guy with a clarinet [sic], another man with a very little saxophone, and a woman with a hurdygurdy on her lap. They each played a different tune at the same time, clashing with great conviction. Sort of like a preschool marching band. The middle row liked it. It was loud, funny, and there was a man in a skirt."
(Heather Lende, Anchorage Daily News)