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I am sad to share with you that I need to cancel my remaining solo tour dates in Europe.

Unfortunately, due to the current climate of uncertainty, and related logistical challenges, it is not possible for me to continue the tour – indeed six of my concerts have already been cancelled by venues who are having to respond to various governmental guidelines.

This new recital program is very close to my heart, and I will work on finding opportunities to share it with my fans in... See More

I am sad to share with you that I need to cancel my remaining solo tour dates in Europe.

Unfortunately, due to the current climate of uncertainty, and related logistical challenges, it is not possible for me to continue the tour – indeed six of my concerts have already been cancelled by venues who are having to respond to various governmental guidelines.

This new recital program is very close to my heart, and I will work on finding opportunities to share it with my fans in Europe sometime in the future. I

’m sending love and healing energy to everyone affected by the Coronavirus and other illnesses in Europe and across the globe, including in my home country of China.

Take care of yourselves, and each other. - Yuja

#WuhanVirus #covid19 #coronavirus #wuhan #SocialDistancing #pandemic #TogetherAtHome #StayAtHome #YujaWang #concert #recital

Yuja Wang played the famous arrangement by Volodos and Say of the Turhisch Marsch by Mozart, last movement of the Sonata KV 333 in A major (but the Marsch is in A minor).

In fact, it is not a proper arrangement by Arcadi Volodos and Fazil Say.

Yuja Wang has made a mix between the Volodos version and the more jazzy Say version. She begins with Volodos, then plays Say, and then she alternates both transcriptions.

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Yuja Wang played the famous arrangement by Volodos and Say of the Turhisch Marsch by Mozart, last movement of the Sonata KV 333 in A major (but the Marsch is in A minor).

In fact, it is not a proper arrangement by Arcadi Volodos and Fazil Say.

Yuja Wang has made a mix between the Volodos version and the more jazzy Say version. She begins with Volodos, then plays Say, and then she alternates both transcriptions.

#mozart #TurkishMarch #RondoAllaTurca #ArcadiVolodos #YujaWang #FazilSay

We thought we’d pick out 10 pianists who have not only helped place female players into the spotlight, but who also have a knack for flawless balance when it comes to playing the piano!

1. Martha Argerich
2. Helene Grimaud
3. Annie Fischer
4. Myra Hess
5. Alicia de Larrocha
6. Maria João Pires
7. Clara Schumann
8. Beatrice Rana
9. Mitsuko Uchida
10. Yuja Wang

#... See More

We thought we’d pick out 10 pianists who have not only helped place female players into the spotlight, but who also have a knack for flawless balance when it comes to playing the piano!

1. Martha Argerich
2. Helene Grimaud
3. Annie Fischer
4. Myra Hess
5. Alicia de Larrocha
6. Maria João Pires
7. Clara Schumann
8. Beatrice Rana
9. Mitsuko Uchida
10. Yuja Wang

#female #MarthaArgerich #HeleneGrimaud #AnnieFischer #MyraHess #AliciaDeLarrocha #MariaJoaoPires #ClaraSchumann #BeatriceRana #MitsukoUchida #YujaWang #popular

Chinese pianist Yuja Wang arrived at Vancouver Airport, Canada, for a recital only to be detained by police.

She was subject to 'intense questioning' for over an hour upon arrival in Canada over the weekend, causing her to almost miss her recital that evening at the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts.

The experience left her 'extremely shaken', she explained in a Facebook post after her performance.

She had no other option but to perform in sunglasses in order to cover... See More

Chinese pianist Yuja Wang arrived at Vancouver Airport, Canada, for a recital only to be detained by police.

She was subject to 'intense questioning' for over an hour upon arrival in Canada over the weekend, causing her to almost miss her recital that evening at the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts.

The experience left her 'extremely shaken', she explained in a Facebook post after her performance.

She had no other option but to perform in sunglasses in order to cover her 'visibly red and swollen' eyes.

#YujaWang #recital #performing #event #concert