I listened to the reverb'ed version (the original could not be loaded, website down ?).
Indeed some curious slips in the first third of the piece and I do find your RH touch a bit too soft, whenever the LH plays bass notes, the RH is all but drowned out. But otherwise nothing but praise for your interpretation. Very thoughtfully and lovingly played.
What I'm getting from the comments is I need to deepen the bass, broaden the dynamics and clarify the melody, with the intent of creating a fuller sound. I can certainly agree; it is a light, somewhat early classical performance. (Maybe too much in the style galant?) Considering that this sonata was written during Beethoven's period of compositional experimentation, (and that this sonata is a funny duck), greater depth of sound may indeed be appropriate.
About those slips, nerves. I know the piece backwards and forwards; my inexperience in performing the piece for someone other than myself complicated things.
I like the interpretation, too. I'll aim to keep it as it is, but making it more of itself.