Notes & Reviews:
Katchen's Mozart is a joy, in which the musical dialogue, whether within the solo part or when it is pitted against the orchestra, provides a constant effervescent narrative.
The recording is clear; the orchestral playing adept.
BBC Music Magazine, May 2012
Nobody really plays Mozart like this today. Recorded in the 1950s, the Concertos are full-toned and dramatic; K415 emerges larger and more serious than usual.