About the album
Fanfare: Ulasiuk’s performances of the sonatas are highly illuminating with respect to those influences. As in his previous Rachmaninoff and Prokofiev album, Ulasiuk plays with enviable technique, beauty of tone, and an understanding of the music before him that penetrates to its core. He duplicates those attributes here in his readings of Scriabin’s sonatas, with the additional insight into the music that relates it to the time, place, and influences that produced it. [Sonata no. 9] If Ulasiuk does not surpass the famed Horowitz interpretation, he comes viscerally close...
Born in Minsk, Belarus, Dzmitry Ulasiuk has performed widely in Europe, the U.S., China, and Japan.