Sandro Russo writes: "Paying tribute to Claude Debussy on the 100th anniversary of his death made me wish from the very start to create a portrait of him that not only features his undisputed masterpieces, but also recreates his world through the vision of those composers upon whom he had a big influence." Acclaimed for his profound sense of poetry and distinctive style, Sandro Russo has been in demand as a soloist in many venues around the world. He unanimously receives accolades for his sparkling virtuosity and his playing has often been referred to as a throwback to the grand tradition of elegant pianism and beautiful sound. Abbey Simon has praised him as "an artist to his finger tips... musical, intuitive, and a master of the instrument." Lowell Liebermann has called him "a musician's musician, and a pianist's pianist. There is no technical challenge too great for him, but it is his musicianship that ultimately makes the greatest impression. His interpretations reveal a unique and profound artist at work."