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Anson Yeung

Born in Hong Kong, Anson is currently studying medicine at the University of Hong Kong. A holder of Licentiate of Trinity College London in Piano Performance with Distinction, Anson plays the piano, organ and double bass and has an eclectic range of interests in classical music, ranging from Baroque to contemporary music. Since the age of 14, he has been writing reviews and articles for Interlude and the International Association of Theatre Critics (Hong Kong). He has also been invited to review newly released albums for RTHK Radio 4’s Music Insider.

Music has been an inseparable part of his life and a treasure that he will always cherish. Anson is pleased to be a contributor of Interlude, to share his love for music and to explore the endless possibilities of music.

Contributed Posts
May 28, 2024 Giorgi Gigashvili Wigmore Debut – Original but More Control Needed
May 24, 2024 Lise de la Salle, Rakitina, BBCSO
Death & Fate Met with Uneven Playing
May 10, 2024 Alexander Gavrylyuk at Wigmore Hall
Apr 18, 2024 Grigory Sokolov – The Enigmatic Maestro
Mar 17, 2024 Plamena Mangova
Oct 28, 2023 Hayato Sumino (Cateen) Pushed Creative Boundaries in Hong Kong Debut
Oct 3, 2023 Benjamin Grosvenor in Hong Kong – Superlative Artistry & Imposing Pianism
Oct 2, 2023 Review: Víkingur Ólafsson’s Goldberg Variations
Sep 27, 2023 Lucas & Arthur Jussen in Hong Kong: Virtuosity Yes, Imagination Not So Much
May 31, 2023 Haochen Zhang Navigates Rachmaninoff’s Depths, but Long Yu Disappoints