Review: "Solzhenitsyn Plays Beethoven"

Solzhenitsyn’s touch is clear, crisp, and precise, and his dynamics are well controlled and restrained; there’s little exuberant or inordinate banging. He does not succumb to the temptation, as many pianists do (probably for perceiving Beethoven as a Romantic rather than a Classical era composer) of overly dramatic and powerful executions. His music is about the musicality and the uncommon and untraditional, sometimes characterized as revolutionary invention, not the overt physical display of emotion.
— Marvin J. Ward, CVNC