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Tempo and Messaggero on Concerto n.1 by Liszt with Aronovitch in Rome

..Sandro De palma imposed himself at the piano with his technical baggage and a superlative master of the keys. De Palm’s pearly touch, his granite depth, his very refined sensitivity and a sure stylistic...
Tempo and Messaggero on Concerto n.1  by Liszt with Aronovitch in  Rome - Sandro De Palma

Review by Paolo Isotta of De Palma’s first concert in the Sala Verdi of the Mila

...our ears pricked up in hearing the start of this too often performed masterpiece under the fingers of the pianist Sandro De Palma. Each note of the arpeggioed chords was loaded with an almost unbearable...
Review by Paolo Isotta of De Palma’s first concert in the Sala Verdi of the Mila - Sandro De Palma

The review of the concert held in Wigmore Hall, London

The review of the concert held in Wigmore Hall, London - Sandro De Palma
.the Italian pianist Sandro De Palma made an indelible impression of deeply based musicianship and technical  assurance. One had only to hear the opening bars of Schubert’s Drei  Klavierstücke to...

Review by the critic Gianni Gori of a performance of all Chopin’s studies held i

...the concert held the other night by the pianist Sandro De Palma offered the audience one of the most intense emotions experienced by the musical life in Trieste in recent years…It is difficult to...
Review by the critic Gianni Gori of a performance of all Chopin’s studies held i - Sandro De Palma

Sonatas by Brahms for clarinet and piano at the Brescia Festival

.. there were moments of extreme refinement and delicacy; an example for all the Andante of the first of the two sonatas, played in an undertone, with great concentration and enchanting melancholy.
Sonatas by Brahms for clarinet and piano at the Brescia Festival - Sandro De Palma

Review of a four hand concert with the American pianist Jeffrey Swann

 with De Palma ..giving substance and substance and never superficial timbral care  to a changing and brilliant invention…
Review of a four hand concert with the American pianist Jeffrey Swann - Sandro De Palma