Always nice when a lurker takes the plunge
A good debut recording, technically it is very well done. All the right notes are there, in their rightful places. The only thing I object to is these crucial bars 23 and 47. The two high notes in the RH should be the same, b-double-flat, but you play the second as a b-flat. Perhaps that is in your score, but I have the Supraphon Critical Edition which I assume to be correct.
Some observations about interpretation: Agree with pianolady that it needs more pedal. It sounds very dry and a bit pointillistic, at least the outer parts. The effect is a bit lackadaisical rather than "grazioso". You should at least observe the pedal markings, and pedal the first half of each bar. As from bar 9, you get a bit brusque and impatient. The middle section in minor key (more tricky than it sounds) is well done. Overall, you could do more in observing the many dynamic markings, and applying a bit more rubato (or, alternatively, make a bit more of the ritardandi).
But, all minor points really. It is still good, and surprisingly we did not have this piece yet ! What are your further recording plans, any more Dvorak ? I ask because I have been thinking about recording some, but did not get around to it yet. His piano works are far better than he's given credit for.
The sound in itself is rather dry indeed, you may want to think about adding some reverb.
This one could go up the site if you want (though personally I'd want to make a bit more of it, add reverb, and sort out these wrong notes as they sort of define the entire piece).