Schubert's Third Symphony was pure magic in Kaspszyk's hands. It never lost sight for one moment of the quintessential melodiousness that is the composer's hallmark. But to the Poles' light-footed and well-sprung presentation, Kaspszyk added another ingredient: Beethovenian weight. It gave the symphony an unusual solidity, firming up the delight.

The Herald Scotland, May 2015