(Translation): "…Mozart’s final piano concerto is not easy to perform, moreover for a child, especially the Allegro Larghetto, in terms of the form and secondly technically. But what we see is a level of maturity which is difficult to be believed. The boy whose legs can barely touch the pedals takes on the performance before a huge audience without the slightest impairment. He was not at all affected by the change of conductors throughout the whole piano concerto. But the extraordinary happened when conductor Neeme Järvi took over for the Mozart Larghetto. The maestro, a born musician showed a real synergy between him and Irfan which resulted in what was truly worthy of Mozart. Irfan’s proficiency is again demonstrated during the improvisation with the orchestra, with the musical result reminiscent of Rachmaninoff’s styling…"