His virtuosity lies in his exceptional dexterity and agilityand in his daring control of the instruments dynamic and expressive extremes. --The Times
…a blisteringly virtuoso performance from Frost, expertly accompanied by the Australian Chamber Orchestra --Gramophone,Mar'12
No point in pulling punches: this is a wonderful disc. The playing is superb, and these dance-inspired pieces will put a skip in your step. IRR OUTSTANDING --IRR,Feb'12
Martin Frösts latest releases have featured core repertoire for his instrument from the 18th and 19th centuries, and most recently a disc of his wide-ranging encores. All of these offerings have been singularly well received by reviewers and record buyers alike, and have contributed to Frösts flourishing concert career. On this disc, accompanied by the Australian Chamber Orchestra under Richard Tognetti, Fröst presents a wide-ranging selection of works all connected with dancing. The principal work on this disc is Coplands Clarinet Concerto, and with special permission from the Copland Fund, the disc ends with the fireworks of the original and later revised, dazzling ending of the Concerto. Fröst also includes on this disc works by Lutoslawski, Anders Hillborg and Piazzolla, as well as an arrangement of Brahms Four Hungarian Dances arranged by his brother, Göran.