A Debut With a Proustian Touch.
The violinist Paul Huang’s Francophile New York recital debut on Tuesday evening at Merkin Concert Hall had an unlikely literary connection. When Mr. Huang, 22, played the Saint-Saëns sonata on Tuesday, his sound was not far from the “slender but robust, compact and commanding” tone described by Proust.
Zachary WoolfeThe New York Times
20 December 2012