Classical pianist Chiyan Wong talks to the Post about how he views music, his heroes and what he loves about playing for people in Hong Kong. Photo: Kurt Chan Classical pianist Chiyan Wong talks to the Post about how he views music, his heroes and what he loves about playing for people in Hong Kong. Photo: Kurt Chan
Classical pianist Chiyan Wong talks to the Post about how he views music, his heroes and what he loves about playing for people in Hong Kong. Photo: Kurt Chan
Classical music

On the wonders of Bach, transcribing Liszt and his return to Hong Kong: classical pianist Chiyan Wong

  • Chiyan Wong, 32, has quickly become a shining star in the world of classical piano, with critics praising his skill at finding new ways to express himself
  • He says pieces of music continue to evolve with each new player, who should aim to transform the notes rather than just interpret them

Topic |   Classical music
Classical pianist Chiyan Wong talks to the Post about how he views music, his heroes and what he loves about playing for people in Hong Kong. Photo: Kurt Chan Classical pianist Chiyan Wong talks to the Post about how he views music, his heroes and what he loves about playing for people in Hong Kong. Photo: Kurt Chan
Classical pianist Chiyan Wong talks to the Post about how he views music, his heroes and what he loves about playing for people in Hong Kong. Photo: Kurt Chan
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