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Anson Yeung

Born in Hong Kong, Anson has recently graduated from St. Paul’s Co-educational College and is currently a medical student at the University of Hong Kong. An amateur pianist, organist and double bassist, Anson holds Licentiate Diploma in Piano with Distinction and has an eclectic range of interests in classical music, ranging from Baroque music to contemporary music. Since 2015, he has been writing concert reviews and articles for both Interlude and International Association of Theatre Critics. Music has been an inseparable part of his life and a treasure that he would always cherish. Anson is pleased to be a contributor (the youngest one at this moment) of Interlude, to share his love for music and to explore the endless possibilities of music.

Contributed Posts
Dec 14, 2021 What Should We Be Looking for in Chopin Competition?
A Promising Pianist or a Chopinist?
Oct 8, 2021 Daniil Trifonov’s Bach: The Art of Life
Oct 6, 2021 Forgotten Pianists: Vladimir Krainev
Sep 14, 2021 Víkingur Ólafsson’s Mozart & Contemporaries – Daring Yet Thoughtful
Aug 2, 2021 Forgotten Pianists: Aldo Ciccolini
Jul 9, 2021 Kit Armstrong’s Byrd & Bull – Lucid Yet Restrained Playing
Jul 5, 2021 Forgotten Pianists: Jorge Bolet
Jun 3, 2021 Pianist Rachel Cheung Dazzles the Audience With Her Artistry and Poetry
May 7, 2021 Review: Niu Niu’s Fate & Hope
Apr 24, 2021 Rediscovering Clichés in Classical Music