Mozart · Four hands sonatas  
Alain Roudier & Ziad Kreidy
(Fortepianos Erard, Walter, Stodart) 
Ad Libitum, Etobon

Forthcoming
Grieg · Lyric Pieces opus 54, 57, 62  
(Grand piano Pleyel n° 59194 - circa 1874)
LdN, Paris

Forthcoming
Grieg · Lyric Pieces opus 12, 38, 43, 47  
(Upright piano Erard n° 43059 - circa 1867)  
LdN 002, Paris, 2012

Ziad Kreidy offers an absolutely brilliant keyboard lesson, a rare moment of full joy that henceforth the so commercial record world reveals sparingly.
Stéphane Houssier, www.appogiature.net

His great knowledge and his technical command of the Erard 1867 instrument enable him to make it sound with a high degree of musicality.
Christine Labroche - ConcertoNet

This CD is like a little alien (…) an outstanding approach.
 
Gérard Pangon - Musikzen

It is in many ways a discovery. 
Péché de classique
 
 A technical and digital challenge overcomed in a masterly manner.
Ernst Van Bek - Classiquenews
 
The richness of the performance shows to what extent Kreidy is a passionate advocate of this instrument.
Jean-Pierre Robert - Newsletter de L'Éducation musicale
Pianoforte Sonatas · Mozart/Haydn  
Mozart · Sonatas KV 331 & 332  
Haydn · Sonatas Hob. XVI n° 48 & n° 40  
LdN 001, Paris, 2012

On his keyboard as well as in his book, Ziad Kreidy goes in turn in crusade, and maintains that the fortepiano, neither an improved harpsichord nor an incomplete piano, is a perfect smooth talker – distinct timbre, clear and veloce diction. Mozart and Haydn were not mistaken.
 Gilles Macassar - Télérama

Concert de pianoforte · Mozart/Schubert
Mozart · Fantaisies KV 397 & 475 
Sonata KV 457       
Schubert · 3 Klavierstücke D 946

Le Cercle Schumann 
Priscille Lachat-Sarrete, violon  
Ziad Kreidy, piano Bechstein circa 1894 
Robert Schumann · Sonata n° 2 op. 121  
Clara Schumann · Three Romances op.22
Brahms · Sonata n° 2 op. 100