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Pianist Xiayin Wang, an artist of keen musicality and sweeping virtuosity, has brought audiences to their feet with playing in the grand Romantic tradition.
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A second American Festival with the RSNO

“It’s rare to see a soloist performtwo concertos in a single programme. RSNO Associate Leader William Chandler promised, in his highly entertaining and informative pre-concert talk, that we were in for some very exciting playing from pianist Xiayin Wang. Indeed we were. Wang responded to…

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30 Apr 2013 Posted by admin in Concert Reviews no comments

RSNO, Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow

“THE absolute star of the RSNO’s exciting and intriguing programme on Saturday night, in the second part of the American Festival devised by RSNO music director Peter Oundjian, was the electrifying Chinese pianist Xiayin Wang. I have seldom heard anything so attention-grabbing and commanding as…

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29 Apr 2013 Posted by admin in Concert Reviews no comments

Revered pianist to play two shows in Scotland

“Internationally-acclaimed pianist Xiayin Wang will perform in Scotland as the Royal Scottish National Orchestra (RSNO) presents an American festival. Conducted by Peter Ondujian, Wang and the RSNO will perform the Barber and Copland piano concertos. The inimitable Wang combines superb musicianship, personal verve and riveting…

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22 Apr 2013 Posted by admin in Concert Reviews no comments

Radio 3 Live in Concert

Aaron Copland is represented by his joyously melodic ballet score Appalachian Spring and his early, jazz-influencedPiano Concerto, while Samuel Barber’s rarely performedPiano Concerto is also featured (the soloist for both is the acclaimed young Chinese pianist Xiayin Wang)… RadioTimes Read complete article

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20 Apr 2013 Posted by admin in Concert Reviews no comments

Musical Opinion, March-April 2012

This impressive debut recital by the young Chinese-born pianist was quite something. In technical terms, ranging from Earl Wild’s dazzlingly brilliant Piano Sonata (which I had never heard before, but hope to hear again) which dates from around year 200, to Liszt’s Mephisto Waltz No…

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01 Mar 2012 Posted by admin in Concert Reviews no comments

Classical Source, September 13, 2011

This recital marked Chinese pianist Xiayin Wang’s London debut. As a child she studied at the Shanghai Academy before moving to the United States to contigue her training in New York. She has been very thoroughly taught in China – and is every inch a…

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13 Sep 2011 Posted by admin in Concert Reviews no comments