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The Beethoven Piano Concertos – With Javier Perianes

The Beethoven Piano Concertos – With Javier Perianes

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Tan Dun’s Buddha Passion: A flawed work which isn’t all it seems

The tenor Kang Wang could almost be said to have been cruelly cast in a role like The Drowning Man, who proves murderous when he stabs The Deer of Nine Colours – only to find that he, too, as his own karma, will die and rot beside the deer he has killed. His voice was intensely beautiful, and its scope was breathtakingly powerful in how far he could use it. In no sense is this voice a small one; there’s no strain to it and he can hold a note – and tail it off – magnificently. There was nothing linear about this singing, rather it was taken in a broad long arc; the care for detail was ear-catching. Singers don’t often become distractions for me in concert performances but Kang Wang did – and only in a very positive way

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01 January 2023operatoday.comMarc Bridle

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