…remarkable… Vanhauwaert and Robson could give such exuberant and sensitive accounts of both scores. Mozart’s robust, inventive Sonata became a perfect vehicle for these superb pianists, whose resonant ensemble playing sounded like a mini-orchestra. They conveyed a galloping energy in the work’s outer movements. The pianists gave an uninhibited, richly sonorous reading of Rachmaninoff’s enjoyably florid neo-Romantic early Suite. The performance was capped off by their joyously pealing bell effects in the “Russian Easter” finale. … Sunday’s piano-duo recital was really buzzing.

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