Walter Neumann, Kleine Zeitung
Wolfgang Wildner, Steirermonat
[…] was fortunate to be directed by Achim Holub, a young Austrian musician, who, certainly on this showing, deserves encouragement and support from the highest level. [...] As an interpretation, Holub’s account [of Dvořák’s Symphony No. 9] was totally convincing, and of no little musical distinction. […] This young man could go far.
Robert Matthew-Walker, Classical Source
[…] Achim Holub, the superb conductor, had complete control over his forces without being over demonstrative. This was particularly noticeable in the last work, the Jupiter Symphony, where he conducted without a score and managed to convey the meaning of each of the four movements skilfully.
John Packwood, Bristol Evening Post
Phil Sommerich, Classical Music Magazin