"This is beguiling Mozart-playing – innate, intelligent, hones and fiercely musical." Gramophone ǀ Editor's Choice l Review of Mozart-CD Vol 5 Oehms Classics ǀ August 2017

"…he achieves all this without gimmicks, without Zeitgeist, fad, or trend. He does it with quiet depth and an abiding compassion […] Now it’s just a matter of waiting for the remaining discs to complete the delight." Forbes ǀ CD Of The Week ǀ Review of Mozart-CD Vol 4 Oehms Classics ǀ April 2017

"William Youn is a pianist of great sensitivity … But more than that, he is a Mozartian of complete naturalness, which is no mean feat." Gramophone ǀ Review of Mozart-CD Vol 4 Oehms Classics ǀ January 2017

"It has long been known that William Youn has joined the ranks of the world’s leading Mozart and Chopin interpreters. The complete recording of the Mozart piano sonatas, made for the Oehms label by the South Korean pianist based in Munich, is already setting new standards of excellence in their interpretation on the modern grand piano." Neue Zürcher Zeitung ǀ Review of Mozart-CD Vol 3 Oehms Classics ǀ May 2016

"With his sixth sense for nuances, with delicate rubati and charming variations of harmonies and ornaments. […] Youn lets the structures free, and yet makes bold decisions - main and secondary voices, the dreamy music box sound as well as orchestral accents sometimes, and makes the three subtle works to admirably plausible exemplary pieces of the musical Cosmos named Mozart." Literatur Spiegel ǀ Review of Mozart-CD Vol 3 Oehms Classics ǀ November 2015

"His Mozart unites the clarity of Christian Zacharias, the fine nuances of Alfred Brenden and the warm sound of Daniel Barenboim" Fono Forum ǀ Review of Mozart-CD Vol 2 Oehms Classics ǀ May 2015

"It sounds as if Mozart himself is sitting on the piano... This recording is for the lonely island." Radio Bremen ǀ Review of Mozart-CD Vol 2 Oehms Classics ǀ May 2015

"And, placing all my cards on the table, I have to say I have rarely heard Mozart-playing more graceful, fine-toned and inward-looking. Seeking far beyond ‚Appollonion view of things‘ (Youn), his hypersensitivity to underlying drama, to the composer’s most subtle emotional shifts, makes you more aware than ever of Mozart’s genius." Gramophone ǀ Bryce Morrison ǀ Review of Mozart-CD Vol 1 Oehms Classics ǀ May 2014