Praised by the New York Times with regard to a solo recital for her “clear articulation … unequivocal phrasing … [and] expressivity,” Ingrid Jacoby’s recording of Mozart’s Piano Concertos No. 21 and 23, together with Mozart’s Rondo K. 386, performed with the Academy of St Martin in the Fields conducted by Sir Neville Marriner, follows on from her first recording with the Academy and Sir Neville of Mozart’s Piano Concertos Nos. 14 and 17, which received stellar reviews.
International Record Review: “Marriner and Jacoby seem to be on the same wavelength … often extremely beautiful.”
Gramophone: “a wonderful clarity of finger work.”
Fanfare Magazine: “This is Mozart playing on a par with such greats as Rosenberg, Haskil, and Fischer.”
The Guardian: “Ingrid Jacoby is in suitably playful mood, dancing through the finale of the E Flat concerto and charming us with the childlike grace of No. 27’s larghetto.”