The two-disc set, the 23-year-old star's first studio recording, includes sonatas by Mozart and Chopin, Schumann's Kinderszenen, and Vladimir Horowitz's arrangement of Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2.
Violinist Andr_ Rieu's The Flying Dutchman moved back to number one; last week's number one, a one-disc version of Anna Netrebko and Rolando Villaz‹n's La traviata, dropped to number six.
Other new entries included tenor Juan Diego Fl‹rez's Sentimiento Latino, a collection of Spanish-language popular songs, at number seven, and a disc of Mozart piano trios by violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter, pianist Andr_ Previn, and cellist Daniel M‹ller-Schott at number eight.
With promotion of the 5 Browns' forthcoming second album underway, the group's self-titled debut returned to the chart for the second time in a month, this time at number five.
On the classical-crossover chart, the Mormon Tabernacle's Then Sings My Soul debuted at number 18. Andrea Bocelli's Amore remained at number one and Il Divo's Ancora at number two.