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  USA: chamber music
  ... Mr. Faust is an impeccable interpreter. His rendering of Debussy's "Syrinx" was shaped with such care and detail that the ubiquitous solo work sounded invitingly fresh.
The New York Times



  ... There are many colours in his instrument. The glamour, variety, speed, and aplomb are marvelous. He did have us admiring his minty, cool, bright sound in the Schubert, and his sensitive shaping of the song "Ihr Bl├╝mlein alle" contained therein. ...
The Boston Globe,


  ... A big, full sound ..., breathtakingly rapid and clear note-stops, and an active, mercurial sense of phrasing are but a few of the qualities that make his playing continually interesting. All the things that normally bother flutists - attacks and decrescendos in the high register, fluttertonguing and shortness of breath, for instance - never got in his way. ... It is noteworthy that he managed to breathe new life into such works as the sonatas by Poulenc and Prokofjev and, perhaps most astonishingly, Debussy's solo "Syrinx".
The Washington Post



  ... Faust has a seemly limitless supply of air enabling him to wend his way through Bach's complex melodic lines, and he is able to project a whisper-soft tone over the footlights.
Spokesman-Review, Spokane