Digital Efficiency & Q&A : Amy Yang


Although absent from our live performance halls, we now have requested a number of artists who can be performing with PCMS subsequent fall in the event that they may be prepared to partake in a brief Q&A and share a particular mini-performance with us from their properties. To our nice delight, the bulk have mentioned sure. As many of those artists have younger youngsters, we’re much more impressed that they’re managing to seek out some quiet moments to talk and carry out with us nearly.

The primary artist to hitch us is pianist Amy Yang, who will seem with the Jasper Quartet and Sarah Shafer on Sunday, November 22. (By the way, we additionally hope to reschedule her recital, initially slated for Might, to our 2021-22 season.) A fellow Philadelphian, Musical Fund Society Profession Development Winner, and Curtis and Marlboro alum, Amy has appeared in a number of chamber music occasions with PCMS over the past half dozen seasons and has been hailed by the Washington Put up as a “jaw-dropping pianist who [steals] the present… with easy finesse.”

Together with answering questions on a variety of matters, Amy is graciously treating us all to a particular efficiency of Brahms’s E-flat Main Intermezzo—the hauntingly lovely, life-affirming first one from his Op. 117 set, which Amy would have performed in its entirety on her (now canceled) Might 10 recital program.



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