“In Schubert’s six Moments Musicaux Frank Levy joined the noblest expression with the purest control of sound; in the Sonata D960 Mr. Levy reached the expressive level of the greatest interpreters.” - La Presse, Montreal
“Frank Levy’s luminous interpretation of the first partita by Bach was comparable to Dinu Lipatti’s famed Besancon recital in its superb balance of registers, beautiful, transparent touch, and nobility of expression.” - L'Express, Neuchatel
“The warmth and transparency of his inspired and lyrical playing gave his Schubert a moving nobility.” - Vevey Riviera, Switzerland
"Frank Levy's playing may be described as lyrical, revealing the beauty of Brahms' writing rather than playing for maximum dramatic effect. Those who are convinced by Glen Gould's mannered Brahms will find Levy too amiable; others might enjoy the chance to hear Brahms speak for himself." - WholeNote, Toronto
"Frank Levy is a Brahms pianist to the manner born...I look forward to further volumes in what we can only hope will be a complete Brahms cycle from this pianist." - Jed Distler, Classics Today, New York
“Frank Levy has a sense of romance that results in very poetic and beautiful performances.” - American Record Guide.