“Frank Levy is one of the Leeds Competition’s real poets. His taste is impeccable but never self-conscious, his technical credentials admirable but never attention-seeking.” - The Yorkshire Post, England.
“Under the baton of French conductor Louis Langree, pianist Frank Levy played the Beethoven Third Piano Concerto with assurance and dynamism, eloquence and sincerity. A communicative spirit animated his performance, which he followed with two encores played with an inexpressibly poetic quality.” - Yverdon News, Switzerland.
“Frank Levy is an artist with a rich creative sensibility who brought a unique glow to Mozart’s Concerto KV503. Mr. Levy gave still additional proof of his artistry and deep maturity in two Romantic encores.”
- Der Bund, Bern
Jim Ricci's comment on Brahms Op. 119