American Record Guide reviews Kiryl Keduk’s Delos debut release, My Polish Diary:
“This collection of music by Polish composers reflects Keduk’s Polish heritage, both nationally and musically, leaning towards seldom-recorded works. Beginning with a relatively unfamiliar early work by Chopin, the exemplar of Polish composers, Keduk performs the stately Variations Brillantes with great fluidity and freedom…Keduk infuses it with depth and elegance.
“ The record ends with two modern virtuosic “study” etudes by Lutoslawski. Keduk’s vigorous attack of these pieces is a technical achievement.
This is a thoughtful, admirable, and enjoyable assortment that illustrates the rich musical tradition of Poland and offers other pianists the seed for further exploration.” —KANG, American Record Guide
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