“The performance of the youngest soloist, the blind pianist, Tamás Erdi had the greatest effect on me musically. He played Mozart’ s D-minor Piano Concerto. It was fascinating to experience his fresh, personal interpretation of this very complex piece his sensitive reactions to the musical impulses and how, far beyond technicalities, he is searching for his identity in the music. The most beautiful, I think, was the Romance in B major, solemn, elegant and yet full of youthful spirit. It was very touching to see Miklos Szenthelyi, the ‘in stigating spirit’ of the concert escorting him to the piano, and at the end of the concert turning him gently toward the audience to thank for the never-ending applause. He stood there, uneasy as yet, on the stage, wich will soon become his home..NEW MUSIC NEWS Hungarian Bartok Radio Oct.26.1996.This entry was posted on Thursday, April 16th, 2009 at 07:00 and is filed under Review.