Hello, and thanks for the replies and comments about Chopin, Lygeti, and Prokofiev.
I have very few good recordings since I never plan to record my concerts, and I only get recordings when it's previously planned by the organization who hires me for concerts. So what I can offer in good quality are these:
Prokofiev Sonata no.6 (complete)
Debussy: D'un cahier de esquisses, La plus que lente, Etude pour les arpeges composees.
Lygeti Etude en Suspens (as already submitted)
Chopin Ballade no.3 (as already submitted)
However as I mentioned before I do not have time to actively participate in forums since I spend most of my time either working or travelling and when I'm home I try as much as possible to be with my family, therefore if this goes against the requirements of auditioning and being selected to appear as an artist in the website, I understand your decisions.
Concerning the comment from musical-md about Chopin, I'm very glad you liked it so much and thanks for the good comment. I was quite satisfied with it as well. About Prokofiev, I don't understand what you meant by credible performance (you mean it's believable? I'm not sure what that means). The Piu tranquillo is a change in mood rather than tempo, it means calmer (plus the dolcissimo in the leading voice), however it's different than the Andante which comes before at the middle of the movement. The chromatic movement of the diminished ninths in the left hand suggest a forward motion even if the mood is to be calmer than what precedes it (which by the way is a strong and very articulated part, so there must be some connection and balance when switching parts). This is of course only my (resumed) insight and yours is correct as well, it's just a matter of opinion and choice.
Concerning Lygeti and the comments from Hanysz, once again I'm glad you enjoyed it. I had to learn that piece very quickly since I was asked to play it (didn't choose it myself) and memorized it too quickly... perhaps too much so to pay attention to those details you mentioned. I won't be playing any more Lygeti soon because it doesn't fit in my schedule for the next 2 years of works I have to perform and learn. I do like his music very much though.
So, I hope to know soon if I can upload the music as an audition for your website.