Arthur Arnold: a promise. Parool, 8/1/2001, Eric Voermans.

“The Moscow Symphony Orchestra, founded in 1989 to give young conservatory alumni a chance to gain experience, was exceptionally convincing. This was mainly due to the young Dutch conductor Arthur Arnold, who had his debut in the most beautiful concert hall of the Netherlands. Arnold, cellist in a former life, taught among others by Hans Vonk, looks already like a tried and tested conductor. He has a comfortable small and extremely musical beat and maintains a forcing and inspiring eye contact with the musicians. We predict him to have a successful future”.