• The standout was Joyce Yang, who gave a knockout performance.
  • She is one of the great chamber music players of her generation.
  • Tremendous suggestive power and imagination.
  • Glittered and roared…feisty and even witty


January 30th, 2018

The 2017-2018 season may still be in full swing, but pianist Joyce Yang has already reached thrilling new milestones. In November, she was nominated for her first Grammy Award for Chamber Music / Small Ensemble alongside long-standing duet partner Augustin Hadelich. The nominated work is their recording of pieces by Franck, Kurtag, Previn & Schumann, of which Gramophone wrote, “It is a rare recording that maintains the sort of precision that allows it to stand up to repeated listening while at the same time fostering an illusion of spontaneity, but this is one.”

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December 28th, 2017

About 10 years ago I sat down to watch the Nederlands Dans Theater dance to the music of Philip Glass. Minimalism hadn't resonated with me in the past, but as I listened to the music with the added context of the dancers’ movements I began to hear that it was brimming with moments of tension, confinement and excitement! After attending this one-hour dance performance, I was amazed that another art form could completely change the way I thought about my own art. With this realization, an idea started to take root.

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