Fiddle News

April 9, 2007

Sarah Chang At Work and Play

Filed under: Interview,Music,Review — tmyers2002 @ 7:30 pm

sarah changWhat does Sarah Chang do when she’s not making music? Find out in this interview with Laura Stewart of the Daytona Beach News-Journal. Speaking of Chang, she was in the Bay Area recently for a pair of recitals. On the program were the Beethoven, Danielpour and Prokofiev pieces she’s been touring with lately. In his review, Richard Scheinin thought she played a memorable, if not perfect Kreutzer. Scheinin was even more impressed with the “clear-eyed lyricism” which she gave to the Danielpour, and the “clarity and shape…rhythmic keenness” and “burnished perfection” with which she played the Prokofiev Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 2. Columbine C. Greyscott (is that her real name?) saw the Berkeley recital and made this post. She found the Beethoven a little boring, but really liked the 2nd half of the show.

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