Ontario Art Review
Pianist Annie Zhou, age 10, was up next with an absorbing performance of Chopin's Nocturne for Piano No. 8 in D-flat Major. Playing with great intensity, her handling of the pieces shifting dynamics was particularly exciting to watch
~ Ontario Art Review~
Cultura e Spettacoli
...Nel teatro Torti di Bevagna con la collaborazione dell'Associazione "il muro e le arti" di Bevagna si è esibita, con straordinaria bravura, la pianista Annie Zhou di soli 12 anni , con musiche di Schubert, Bach, Liszt e Chopin e, che ha letteralmente incantato il pubblico del teatro Torti. ~ Cultura e Spettacoli, Italy
10 year old Annie Zhou, dazzled the crowd with her performance of the 1st movement from Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 1. As Maestro Reintamm confessed to the audience, “When I see young talent like this, it almost makes me consider giving my own piano away”.
~ Hear Ye ! Hear Ye !, Cathedral Bluffs Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) ~
"Festival of the Sound" Debut
Seventeen-year-old Annie Zhou, this year’s RBC Stockey Young Artist, totally captivated the audience on Thursday afternoon with an all Chopin programme.
Opening with the Ballade No. 1, she then gave us a rare treat in the form of three late Mazurkas. She concluded her recital with a powerful rendition of the Sonata No. 3 in C minor, said to be one of the most challenging works in the regular piano repertoire. Zhou’s technique was formidable, her interpretation well-developed for such a young artist. It would be interesting to hear her perform the same programme some twenty years or more into the future.
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