Stuttgarter newspaper, 17.04.2013

»With sensibility and a sense for sound Maximilian Schairer is far ahead of his age – he cultivates the foundation of his playing. We hear this and are amazed. Technically Maximilian Schairer commands all the pianistic tough bits with aplomb. He traces the notes into the finest nuances and can even bring pleasure to that so often played but mystical genial opening movement of “Moonlight sonata” for his audience. And this without any provokingly different playing…In the A-Minor sonata from Franz Schubert Maximilian Schairer carves out the opposites and abrupt mood swings between despair and protest, soft consolation and endless love with accuracy and excellent taste. And he lets the particular Schubert-tone - hover over all of this ...«