Yuanfan Yang at Latymer Upper School – “If music be the food of life…play on!”
A Mozart Sonata played with rare style with embellishments so naturally incorporated into the simplicity of a work of such uncontaminated purity.
Rachmaninov Corelli variations played with a kaleidoscopic range of sounds and a technical mastery that could shape these gems into a cohesive whole taking us on a journey of wondrous discovery.
Chopin Preludes that were an example of mastery and musicianship as he turned 24 problems into a continual flow of emotions until the final triumphant explosion of Romantic fervour.
Waves written by the pianist in 2011 tells the story of a pebble thrown into the water and its repercussions that end with the continual flow that it began with.
A story of life itself told by the extraordinary Yuanfan Yang in a recital in Latymer Upper School.
A school that has literally been reborn on a wave of music.
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