Wonderful review on Ms. Angela Hewitt’s recital at Victoria Concert
“…Hewitt’s Bach is elegant and tasteful, articulated with freshness and vitality. She proved it yet again, bringing out a rich, pearly tone on a Fazioli grand piano specially flown in from Italy. …”
Below is the personal thank you email from Ms Angela Hewitt.
Dear Paolo, Kwan, and Elena,
It’s a real pleasure to play the Fazioli 278 here in Singapore! Yesterday I practised in Kwan’s shop and today in the Victoria Concert Hall. It sounds beautiful in there. So THANK YOU to you all!
Thank you Ms. Angela Hewitt for your wonderful music! We look forward to welcome you to Singapore again!
Yangtze River Pianos engages Mikhail Voskresensky, professor at the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatoire and Toho Gakuen School of Music, as its first Yangtze River Artist.
“Yangtze River Pianos have improved tremendously in the past two years…..”
“…. warm and cantabile tone”
Professor Voskresensky was trained under Lev Oborin and is a winner of the 1st International Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw in 1927. His pupils have won 126 international prizes, including 55 Gold Medals and still counting. His pupils are Stanislav Igolinsky, Amir Tebenihin, Yakov Kasman, Alexander Ghindin, Sergei Koudriakov & Sergei Kuznezov to name a few.