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Performers like violinist Paul Huang are the reason I love live concerts. Recordings are wonderful and I am sufficiently in awe of the smart phone’s potential, but there is no substitute for watching a virtuoso performer create a work of art. Those of us attending the Louisville Orchestra’s season finale concert last Friday were part of the creative process…something to be celebrated in the face of destruction. Read More...
Scott Dowd, Arts-Louisville.com
Outstanding Ysaye from Paul Huang
Appearing in the Young Concert Artists Series, Paul Huang’s local debut was postponed by Hurricane Sandy from late October to pre-Christmas December. Throughout his programme, the 22-year-old Huang—Taiwanese-born, Juilliard-trained and 2011 winner of YCA’s international auditions—brimmed with enthusiasm, which was matched by stylish and polished playing. Read More...
Dennis Rooney, The Strad Magazine
Paul Huang making his New York debut at Merkin Concert Hall, accompanied by Jessica Osborne
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. Read More...
Zachary Woolfe, The New York Times
Only 22, Taiwanese American violinist Paul Huang made an impressive debut Thursday evening, sailing through a substantial and varied program, and eliciting several standing ovations. Read More...
Robert Battey, The Washington Post
Paul Huang has some serious chops. He's an extremely talented young violinist and, based upon his concert Sunday afternoon, is someone who may very well develop into a great artist. Read More...
Garaud Mactaggart, The Buffalo News
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