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Mozart's Piano Concerto K467

Published Date 27 April 2007

Main Inset News Image Thank heaven then for pianist Min Jung Kym, who explored the outer movements' propulsive, flowing virtuosity thrillingly and musically... I adored the transparent, evocative sound that she produced (in the Andante), as well as the warmly-hued embrace of the Mozartian line. Hers was a performance to treasure.

Review from Cadogan Hall, by Dave Paxton for musicOMH.com



In Mozart's Piano Concerto K467 the soloist was Min-Jung Kym and she brought a real freshness of sensibility to this familiar music. In the Allegro maestoso the vigorous orchestral sound was like new, with due stress given to the important contributions of flute, oboes, bassoons and horns. The moving andante was finely measured too, with Min- Jung Kym's playing adroitly nuanced, always elegantly expressive. The final Allegro was indeed vivace assai, being full of gaiety and humorous brilliance, yet always meaningful.

Review by Max Harrison for Musical Opinion

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