The Young German-Japanese pianist Caterina grewe chooses the standard version of the Op.14 Sonata and gives it with notable aplomb, scarcely seeming troubled by the extreme demands of its Prestissimo possible finale. As well as stamina, her playing also has the requisite litheness and elegance that Schumann demands. Though there are dozens of fine accounts of Davidsbündlertänze out there, here is one full of character and she struts her way to great effect through the ‘Mit Humor’ third number, dispatches the driving ‘Sehr rasch’ (No.6) without becoming overbearing and relishes the raptness of the following number, using its pauses to compelling effect. Grewe never loses sight of the work’s overarching form, and her final number is unerringly judged and suitably rapt. […] this is a fine disc and an artist to watch.

Harriet Smith
Gramophone Magazine, July 2016