BBC Music Magazine October 2001

After Richter, both Anthony Goldstone [and Nikolaus Lahusen] seem pretty ordinary, as would almost any other pianist….Goldstone’s two-disc recital will give pleasure to those who like their Schubert presented with no-nonsense directness. For me though, these robust, clear-eyed performances underplay the vernal tenderness of the “little” A major – here too emphatically projected- and the contemplative ecstasy that lies at the core of the B flat and G major sonatas . Performance *** Sound ****

—Richard Wigmore