Paul Lewis is hailed by The Guardian as "the most illustrious and talented British-born pianist for generations . . . His timbre and sonority are crystalline, direct, intense and deeply emotional but free from theatricality and impetuosity."
"How great is his affinity for the Viennese Classical style," admires the Chicago Tribune; "but we also know him to be a full-blooded Beethoven interpreter whose virtuoso brilliance and deft touch illuminate every familiar phrase."
Combining "warmth and fluidity with no loss of clarity" and "his admirable blend of poise, passion and intimacy," Paul Lewis gives "electrifying recitals" (The New York Times).
"One of the master pianists of our time" (The New Yorker)