Wow, I am so sorry I missed all the excitement on this thread!
Felipe, I don't know which version I just heard, but I think it is the official one up on the site. I think you are conveying great energy here! Sometimes it is a little breathless, but the middle section was very nice; I liked the tempo in this most recent take. Have you heard the 1903 recording by Grieg? It's just the last third of the piece, without the lyrical middle section, and the sound quality is very scratchy, but worth hearing. It's on YouTube, easy to find by searching "Grieg Wedding Day."
In the 4th(?) measure of those big ascending chords, the last time they appear, I might hesitate slightly more, to create even greater anticipation for the returning theme. Those chords could breathe a little more, and this would give you the chance to make a broader crescendo, too. What do you think? I don't have the score in front of me to give you measure numbers . . .
A little O/T: I had the privilege of hearing Danish pianist Mogens Dalsgaard give a lecture recital on this piece back in 1990 or so, when I was in college. He explained what the story was behind each section of the piece, and after sharing the stories, he played it and it was just so wonderful to picture the wedding day. Troldhaugen refers to Grieg's home, where he and his wife were married, so it is autobiographical. The lecture in combo with the performance really brought the piece to life. I remember one of the other pieces he talked about was Debussy's "Sunken Cathedral." When he played it, I had goosebumps the entire time. Wish I had taken and kept notes on that lecture!
Really enjoyed listening to your recording! I think it sounds great, regardless of those LH notes at the end.
Looking forward to your next submission here.