Virtually all the pieces in this recital were written by pianist-composers rather than composer-pianists, the majority prominent at the turn of the century. And they are somehow part and parcel of a 19th-century tradition, a love of encores, of the teasing and delectable. They could also be considered an overspill from several great pianist’s careers, lavishly extending both style and technique.
"The most perfect piano playing conceivable" The Guardian
"A virtuoso who begins where others leave off" Washington Post
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