The Sunday Times

Mahler’s sketched but far from orchestrated 10th Symphony can only be known in a conjectural form, so this version for solo piano is, in a sense, as authoritative as any other presentation; and engrossing it is, played with fervour and intelligence, lent an unmistakable symphonic atmosphere and drama.

The first movement is given in the stylish transcription by Ronald Stevenson — the climactic nine-note dissonance, when it comes, is stomach-churning — and the four others in the young pianist’s own skilful version. The second scherzo is tumultuous, the rendition of the military drum thwacks at the opening of the finale suitably shocking. The whole account bristles with intellectual life.

—Paul Driver