4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Very good, but not the best,
This review is from: Mozart: The Complete Piano Concertos (Audio CD)
Elegant, refined, and just occasionally a little bit on the bland side. That's how I'd describe Perahia's Mozart Concertos set - it's justly earned lots of praise, but I think falls short of revealing the genius of the Piano Concertos in all its variety. For that, I'd turn to Alfred Brendel, whose playing is consistently more interesting and engaging than the 'safer' Perahia. It all ultimately depends on what you prefer.