Review: Solzhenitsyn Plays Beethoven

From a recent review of another artist’s recital, referring to my late-Beethoven disc:

Then came Beethoven. The E-minor Sonata, Op.90, drew an interpretation that stressed rather its dramatic concentration than the more intimate lyricism that other pianists have found in this compact and powerful work: I have particularly enjoyed superb recordings of it, by Ignat Solzhenitsyn and the late, great Ivan Moravec, that take the second of the two movements at a more serene tempo.
— Bernard Jacobson, Seen and Heard International