"One of the most intuitively verdant and emotionally draining performances of any of Franz Schubert’s compositions that I have ever heard, live or on a recording…truly astonishing.”
"Rounding out the first half was Sergei Prokofiev’s romantically tinged Cello Sonata, op. 119. Eudeikis was joined onstage by pianist and Intermezzo music director Vedrana Subotic. Meshing wonderfully together as a duo they captured the work’s lyricism and nuanced expressions."
"...nuanced and expressive playing, beautifully phrased lines, and a wonderfully light touch.”
"The Sonata in B minor is one of Franz Liszt’s most significant works for piano. The ingenuity of its structure, the inventiveness of its thematic ideas and the sophistication of its harmonic language makes it a cornerstone of 19th century piano literature. It’s a work without equal on many levels. The sonata was the opening work at Monday’s Intermezzo Chamber Music Series concert, played with incomparable musicality by series artistic director Vedrana Subotic. "