"Grouped together in a number of collections, Scriabin's études mark out each stage of his life and display both his technical relationship to the keyboard and the evolution of his harmonic language, from the influence of Chopin to atonalism. Contemporary with the final études, the seventh of his ten sonatas, entitled Messe blanche and written in 1912, is a highpoint of his entire output, looking far ahead into the sound world of the 20th century. Review from Scriabine's Poems and Piano Sonatas MIR061 : ""Korobeinikov goes through the second of the Deux poèmes, Op 32, and the Fifth Sonata's final outburst in a blaze of elemental thunder and lightning. And his authority is no less unarguable in the Eighth Sonata's extra-territorial wanderings and in Vers la flamme where Scriabin's obsessive patterning receives its ultimate nemesis. Such playing, finely recorded and presented, makes further recordings by this phenomenally gifted young pianist a necessity rather than a probability."" Gramophone Classical Music Guide, 2010 Review from Shostakovitch 's Piano Concertos MIR155 : ""Korobeinikov brings bags of personality to Concerto No. 1 and an unexpected gravitas to the start of No. 2. Fine orchestral playing and brilliantly incisive accounts of the Preludes."" BBC Music Magazine, May 2012 ****"