Trifonov has earned considerable commercial and critical success. In addition to earning a Grammy for Transcendental, he earned Grammy nominations for Rachmaninov Variations and The Carnegie Recital. In 2016, Trifonov received the Gramophone Classical Music Awards' Artist of the Year Award. His successes also include appearances on international record chart rankings, including eight albums that have ranked on the BillboardTop Classical Album chart.
Recorded: Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts in Philadelphia, April 2018 (Piano Concerto No. 3; live) and November 2016 (Piano Concerto No.1); Philharmonie in Berlin, February 2019 (The Silver Sleigh Bells; live); Richardson Auditorium in Alexander Hall at Princeton University, January 2019 (Vocalise)
Recorded: La Fenice, Venice, Italy, May 2010 (Rondo à la Mazur, Waltz in E-flat major, Etude in F major, and Andante spianato et grande polonaise brilliante); Fazioli Concert Hall, Sacile, Italy, November 2010 (Mazurkas, B minor sonata)