"...big, gregarious, stylish, rhythmically alert and technically assured all around. (...) Free of apparent technical limitations, he effortlessly spun Brahms's busy piano part into cogent paragraphs..."
Mike Greenberg, Incident Light
"The highlight to everyone’s ears, if the full-house standing ovation were any indication, was rising star Daniel Anastasio, (...) who brought his finesse and prodigious talent to the stage for the Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor. (...) Both he and Bjerken [Piano Concerto no. 4] continued the Fleisher lineage with due poignancy."
Tyrian Grillo, Between Sound and Space, ECM reviews
"... a display of technical prowess and emotional sensitivity ... Lamprea and Anastasio brought the audience to its feet, demonstrating both passion and expertise and revealing a beauty and sensitivity that clearly reflects their approach."
Elise Urrutia, Rivard Report
"...remarkable control and versatility.”
Jean Ballard Terepka, Theater Scene