Paul Huang makes impressive debut at Kennedy Center... Sparkling clean, airy tone, and pinpoint intonation, Huang is definitely an artist with the goods for a significant career.
"Mr. Huang is a rising artist... he played with a coppery, wiry bite, and ample vinegar laced his honeyed tone. This gave his sound focus and cut away at the sentimentality, even in the most poignant lyrical passages."
Two works by Debussy...highlighted Mr. Huang's subtlety, his sense of how to shape the line dramatically but without exaggeration.
Paul Huang has some serious chops. He's an extremely talented young violinist and is someone who may very well develop into a great artist.
Whichever of the four strings 22-year old violinist Paul Huang was playing, the tone was vividly one of polish and clarity.
Throughout his program, Huang brimmed with enthusiasm, which was matched by stylish and polished plying. The highlight of the program was a simply outstanding account of Ysaye's Sonata-Ballade.
Paul Huang, the star of the evening, confident and smiling, showed a precocious and magical talent.