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Composer: Chen, Qigang (b. 1951)

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Year of birth1951
August 2019
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AmsterdamFrank Peter Zimmermann and Shanghai Symphony Orchestra: Prokofiev

© Ronald Knapp
Chen, Prokofiev, Rachmaninov
Shanghai Symphony Orchestra; Long Yu; Frank Peter Zimmermann

LondonProm 57: Mozart & Rachmaninov

Chen, Mozart, Rachmaninov
Shanghai Symphony Orchestra; Long Yu; Eric Lu

AmsterdamNetherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra: Messiaen, Chen and Fauré

Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra: Messiaen, Chen and Fauré
Messiaen, Chen, Fauré
Radio Filharmonisch Orkest; Gijs Leenaars; Jian Wang; Fatma Said; Shenyang; Netherlands Radio Choir (Groot Omroepkoor)

SingaporeCello Escapades

Chen, Zhao, Strauss R.
Singapore Symphony Orchestra; Long Yu; Li-Wei Qin; Wu Man
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Variations of tension, energy and contrast in Hong Kong

Long Yu © Askonas Holt
Variations of tension, energy and contrast with Long Yu and the Hong Kong Phil.
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Brilliant performance from Serena Wang, but lackluster CPO at the Davies Symphony Hall

Serena Wang © Standard Artists Management
Young prodigy Serena Wang delights audiences in her performance of Beethoven's Piano Concerto no. 1 while the China Philharmonic's cautious approach falls flat.
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Zhang Xian’s Roman Festivals with the HK Phil

Opportunities missed to exploit dynamic contrast in Xian Zhang's Roman Festivals with the Hong Kong Philharmonic.
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Prom 2: A tentative orchestra but a dazzling soloist

The China Philharmonic Orchestra and Long Yu made their BBC Proms première, the concert's rather jumbled programme producing mixed results.
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A stunning experience with Sydney Symphony in Carmina Burana

One of the pleasures of attending live concerts is discovering sounds that recordings often mask or fail to highlight. Occasionally, the sheer enormity of the experience can be so stunning that I reel from it for days. The “2013 Season Special Event” of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra on Thursday was one of those occasions.
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