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. . . an excellent pianist, with sensibility and well-developed technique

Paul Badura-Skoda

He revels in contrasts and the generally brisk tempi are matched by equal poetry and sensitive rubato in more lyrical moments and his rhythmic vitality is gripping

MusicWeb International

The pieces offer ample opportunities for expressive nuances, which Turbil grasps with enthusiasm. His skillful manipulations of tempo and timing, be it in stormy or lyrical passages, make for enthralling listening

American Record Guide

Turbil thinks about what he plays and seems to be eager to indicate a modulation or a particular phrase, aspiring to make us better understand the formal construction of the piece; he does all this through his own instinct and reasoning, but also through the resource and the technical-expressive means that seem to characterize his pianism more than any other: the color


Edoardo Turbil mounts the wild beast and rides it to the end. There’s never any question as to who’s in charge. His technical mastery is not just impressive, it’s riveting.


The performance is very expressive and compelling in its way. . . . The playing . . . is always excellent.

American Record Guide

Throughout, we are given evidence of ‘adding into polyphonic textures a certain degree of harmonic freedom,’ a credo that coincides with Turbil’s own passion as a performing artist.

Phil's Reviews

Ye Xiaogang’s Falling Flowers is filled with poetic elegance, with delicate and varied harmonies and colors, reminiscent of impressionistic music, while incorporating the temperament and charm of Cantonese music. Edoardo Turbil’s performance is refined and subtle, capturing the essence perfectly, displaying a unique understanding and interpretation of Chinese musical style and temperament.

Music Weekly, Beijing
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