New York Concert Review
Alexander Sinchuk is a sort of Byronic ideal of a concert pianist. Handsome, elegantly dressed, ramrod straight at the instrument and with his David face tilted heavenward, it became obvious he has an affinity for the darkly romantic corners of the repertoire. He gave forceful accounts of the Schubert A minor Sonata Op. 143, the Franck Prelude Chorale and Fugueand Rachmaninoff’s 2nd Sonata...He hurled himself at the Prokofiev Seventh Sonata “Stalingrad” as if he could see the carnage and smoking ruins in his mind’s eye. He was absolutely excellent.
Timothy Gilligan for New York Concert Review