“There are times when a reviewer simply decides to put pencil and paper away and enjoy the music, and this was one of those times. The remainder of this well-crafted program only confirmed one’s initial impression that Mr. Ulasiuk is an exceptional artist.” – Steinway Artist Dr. Rorianne Schrade, New York Concert Review Online Magazine, about Dzmitry’s Carnegie Hall debut recital September 17, 2018.
“On evidence of the present recording, I’d have to say that Dzmitry Ulasiuk is the total package, which makes him, not just a pianist, but an artist, a label, like genius, that is applied much too freely in the pop culture industry these days to many who are neither….Ulasiuk’s technical mastery and interpretive insights are likewise brought to bear in the Rachmaninoff Études…..This is not just pianism, but artistry, of the highest order.” - Jerry Dubins, Fanfare Magazine
“On his debut release for Centaur, a label with a particular knack for finding excellent pianists, he essays two cornerstones of the Russian repertoire with musically satisfying results—in fact, Ulasiuk competes on equal footing with several illustrious pianists who have recorded these pieces in the past.” - Huntley Dent, Fanfare Magazine
“…Ulasiuk clearly has a special affinity for this repertoire. Predictably, the pianist comfortably navigates the myriad virtuoso challenges posed by many of these scores, without ever sounding labored or brittle. Even more impressive is the young pianist’s mastery of the lyrical respites that punctuate the virtuoso fireworks.” - Radu Lelutiu, Fanfare Magazine
NOW AVAILABLE: New CD of Ten Pieces from Romeo and Juliet, Op. 75, by Sergei Prokofiev, and Etudes-Tableaux, Op. 33, by Sergei Rachmaninoff, recently released by Centaur Records.
May 31 Ft. Worth, TX private recital
June 15 Atlanta, GA Steinway Galleries
TBD Charlotte, NC
Aug. 30 Harlingen, TX
Aug. 31 Corpus Christi, TX