• 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


June 9th, 2015

This summer, Joyce Yang – a pianist BBC magazine praises for her “bold and modern” sound – performs in eight festivals across the U.S., and she reunites with favored partner Augustin Hadelich for several violin-piano recitals and their first duo recording session. This month’s recording session, to be held at the State University of New York in Purchase for a future Avie release, will see them tackle works that they have showcased on tour worldwide: two Romantic-era masterpieces, Schumann’s Violin Sonata No.

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Joyce Yang performs Rachmaninoff: Étude-Tableaux Opus 33 No. 6
Joyce Yang is more than a young pianist who can dazzle with sheer technique. What makes her special is what she does with the music. Sunday in the tent she tackled one of the most popular and familiar concertos in the literature, Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 1, and created moment after moment that surprised a listener with a bit of extra musical insight.
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Harvey Steiman