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August 8, 2014

by Jeannette Fang

Naples, Chiesa di S. Anna dei Lombardi

July 25, 2014

 

Having each young artist's concert take place in a different venue is such a smart concept.  Imaginations need to be fed from reality, and the opportunity to play in breath-taking vistas are unforgettable additions to the reservoir of inspiration that young pianists can cull from. 

Whereas the beauty of Sorrento’s Parco dei Principi came from its dramatic...

August 1, 2014

Shots from the Young Artist's Series no.3 and the Liszt Mini-Festival

(The only time you'll see the words "mini" and "liszt" in the same line"

recaps to follow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

July 24, 2014

By Jeannette Fang 

Maiori - Salone degli Affreschi, Palazzo Mezzacapo 

July 20, 2014

Four wonderful young artists were featured Sunday evening under the colorful dome of Maiori's Town Hall.  Phoebe Wu began the program with a sparkling Bach partita no.1. She had a natural sense of the style, and played with sincerity and expressivity.  She captured the emotional intent behind Janacek's first piano sonata, playing with great outpo...

July 19, 2014

by Jeannette Fang

Sorrento - Parco dei Principi

July 17, 2014

Five talented performers were showcased thursday evening in Sorrento's luxurious Parco dei Principi.  It was a unique opportunity to have a truly dramatic setting enhance the drama of the works featured, with sun sparkling over jet black tiles and endless blue water surrounding precipitous cliffs.  

Mikowai Ashwill started with a spirited rendition of the Allegro of Hay...

July 7, 2013

by Hyae-jin Hwang

 

On Sunday afternoon at the Reginna Auditorium in Maiori, the audience was treated to the third concert in the Young Artist Series. 

Bit Nal Choi opened the recital with an energetic performance of Chopin’s Fantasia in F minor, Op. 49, full of color and character. She maintained an unerring sense of direction and clarity throughout, phrasing beautifully in this long and difficult work. An expressive pianist w...

July 6, 2013

by Josh Wright

 

The second Young Artist Concert was a treat for those in attendance at the Amalfi Coast Music Festival, highlighting three of the world's best and brightest young students. Starting off the concert was Elliot Wuu, whose crystalline technique and polished finesse may have left his older colleagues feeling the urge to hit the practice room hard the next day. His performance was charming, to say the least, and neve...

July 5, 2013

by Josh Wright

 

Set atop a hill in a beautiful Abbey with long, curved hallways and an intimate recital room, the first Young Artists' Concert portrayed the incredible potential and skill of the students here at the Amalfi Coast Music Festival. Starting off the concert was Hyae-jin Hwan, playing two movements from Ravel's Miroirs. The ethereal "Oiseaux triste" was longing, atmospheric, and painted the perfect picture of distant...

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