“The soloist, Eyal Ein-Habar, played the difficult and almost nonstop part
(Bernstein’s “Halil”) with technical dexterity and great sensitivity”.
Martin Steinberg, Star Tribune, Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN, November 18, 2008
“The program began with Bernstein’s “Halil”, an appealing flute concerto with the solo line cast partly as a sweetly lyrical rhapsody and partly as a tense, 12-tone melody, a split that Bernstein meant to represent peace and tension. Eyal Ein-Habar played the solo with an affecting purity”.
Allan Kozinn, The New York Times, November 19, 2008
“…Schubert’s melody, 'Trockne Blumen', drifted in softly, continued with the exciting and penetrating variations, through the magnificent playing of Eyal Ein Habar…”
Hagai Hitron, Ha’aretz, January 2001
“…Ein-Habar is an artist with presence, personality, and impeccable performance. Above all, he possesses ‘an artist touch’ between his fingers and his lips…”
Yossi Shifman, Globs, January 1996
“…Ein-Habar rose to the occasion of a collaboration with the legendary
Rampal and they played as equals…”
Yossi Shifman, Globs, April 1992
“…Ein-Habar’s Mozart was impressive. His playing was full of fantasy and spontaneity. He obtained an immaculately pure sound from his instrument.”
Oswin Schneeweisz, Algemeen Dagblad, March 1992
“…His (Eyal) playing was spellbinding. He played the Ibert concerto light-footed, radiant and with virtuosity…”
Adrian Hager, The Hague, March 1992