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"Li-Chun Su spielt es mit messerscharfer Praezision, transparent in seiner Polyphonie, unausweichlich in seiner schonungslosen Selbstbefragung"
Critic translated in English:
"Li-Chun Su plays it with razor-sharp precision, transparent in Schubert's polyphony, unescapable in his pitiless self- questioning."
Li-Chun Su plays it with razor-sharp precision, transparent in Schubert's polyphony, unescapable in his pitiless self- questioning.
Wednesday, July 16, 2008 St Olave’s, Hart Street, London EC3
Reviewed by Robert Matthew-Walker
From time to time rumours circulate about an artist that are so compelling that he or she must be heard. Such is the case with Li-Chun Su, who has recently emerged as one of Germany’s most impressive young pianists. Last year, she won first prize in both the Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy and Artur Schnabel Competitions, and – also remarkably – she is equally at home playing the fortepiano, harpsichord and the pianoforte.