One of the finest young concert pianists I know.
He has superb technical command, exceptionally fine taste in his interpretations, impressive maturity.
György Sandor

Domenico Codispoti plays with a warmth and fervour worthy of Cortot himself. His sonority, too, has an Arrau-like fullness and richness.
A most distinguished and enterprising recital. Codispoti gives us an impetus and virtuosity to set pulse racing.

Bryce Morrison, The Gramophone (United Kingdom)

Alfred Cortots genialische Klavierfassung trifft auf einen Pianisten, der die technischen und geistigen Dimensionen der Sonate kongenial erfasst und die Seele dieser romantischen Musik zum Sprechen bringt, dass sie einerseits zu Herzen geht und anderseits den Intellekt anregt.
Burkhard Schäfer, Piano News (Germany)

Rarely have I been so struck by the sense that a pianist truly “loves” the music he is playing. Absolutely first rate music-making.
His talent is to communicate “intimate” music through the disc. My experience with Codispoti is similar to what the much-missed Rosalyn Tureck did in Studio II at Abbey Road with Bach’s 6 Partitas in 1958. It seems like the musician speaks to us personally. 
The greatest pianists of the century did not all have this rare talent in my opinion.
Tom Deacon, Universal Music