This review is from: Classical Editor newyorkcitysearch.com/September 1998
Fans of high-powered piano playing would do well to check out "Geoffrey Dorfman, pianist," ... Dorfman shows technical expertise while bringing out the warmth and humanity in Busoni's complex music... these are noble performances... Dorfman plays with lyricism, grace, and a sense of form. All in all, an impressive recording from a pianist worth investigating. Paul J. Pelkonen,
This review is from: Peter J. Rabinowitz, FANFARE Magazine November-December 1998
Although Geoffrey Dorfman had taken piano lessons as a child, he had a substantial career as a painter before he returned, a decade ago at the age of 37, to a serious study of the instrument. But you'd never guess, from these performances that he was more or less a latecomer: this is authoritative playing, both technically assured (nothing on this challenging program seems to strain his fingers) and interpretively individual.