For Johann Sebastian Bach’s “Sonata for flute and obligatory harpsichord in b minor,” Eszter Havasi joined Ribić. An exquisite alliance […] was a constant give-and-take, in which the protagonists alternately played to the foreground, while the other acted as a reliable companion. The visitors were amazed at the orchestral fullness that both instruments produced.

Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger, 08. of March 2016
Peter Lorber | Journalist


Dragan Ribić’s playing was masterful, the singing of Franziska Scheffler no less, and together they inspired the audience in a way that one believed by the loud avowal of applause and outcries/acclamations to be almost in a rock concert.

Westfälischer Anzeiger, 15. of November 2016
Wolfgang Spiralke | Journalist


Dragan Ribić masters his accordion masterfully […]. Virtuously as in a wild dance, his fingers slid over the keyboard and he conjured a sound event of a very special kind to the delight of the audience.

Westfalen-Blatt, 15. of August 2018
Dagmar Korth


Any sound coming from the instruments seemed to be in the air at first, before it reached the ears of the listeners; so consciously and intimately were the two musicians merged with their instruments.

Lippische Landes-Zeitung, 21./22. of April 2018
Guntmar Wolff | Journalist, photographer and author


Even “standing ovations” – most unusual for church concerts – were given for the solo accordionist Dragan Ribić, “a real luminary from Detmold”.

Neue Westfälische, 17. of August 2019
Silke Kröger