"Armenian violinist Nikolay Madoyan created a furore in the audience's consciousness placing himself among the greatest violin players when he played Beethoven's violin concerto on Thursday at the Tivoli Concert Hall.
The scale, the mastery and artistic maturity that permeates his interpretation of Beethoven testify to a full-grown musician who not only knows his instrument, but has also immersed himself in all technical and emotional parts of the music.
Nikolay Madoyan demonstrated his in-depth knowledge of Beethoven's concert by emphasizing its lyrical expressiveness and its classical stance behind its widely branched form. With noble and sonorous tone, he drew the solo voice's arabesque over the orchestra's motifs…"
— Jens Brincker, Berlingske Tidende