|'Boris Tchaikovsky is clearly an important composer. Some may dine him deceptively minimalist, modern, or even New Age at first hearing; but these are misconceptions. Tchaikovsky sounds only remotely like Shostakovich and not at all like Vaughan Williams, Prokofieff, or his more famous namesake; but his music fits into their orchestral world. Not only is it romantic; itís also haunting, involving and conducive to rehearings. From the evidence here, I have been introduced to a master.'
American Record Guide