Recently in New York after many years away, I happened upon a recital at Carnegie Hall - a young (25 yr old) named Adam Gyorgy doing a benefit recital (in Zankel auditorium). Had never heard of him, but it was absolutely spellbinding - Chopin Gm Ballade, Liszt Hungarian Rhapsody #2 (of course!), La Campanella, some jazz improvisations, etc., - the amazing thing was this young man's absolute confidence, yet not at all cocky or condescending. He was just enjoying himself and sharing the music with the audience (and playing brilliantly, and flawlessly). At times, he'd play something particularly nice and sort of smile to himself because it sounded so good...

Anyway, there are some videos of him on YouTube, maybe he has some recordings. Someone to watch for sure.
1906 Steinway B (#124401)