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THE SUNDAY TIMES

The London-based Japanese pianist has previously made an impact on record in contemporary or neglected repertoire, but here he essays better-known material: four middle-period sonatas by Haydn, an exposed music of outward simplicity, but demanding the finest control, the widest interpretative choices. He is unfailingly convincing, his playing thoughtful, lyrical and spontaneous. — Stephen Pettitt

(January 2015)