Linda Wang is among the premier violinists of her generation - consistently praised for her artistry, warm, singing tone, and charismatic performances. She has performed as soloist with over seventy orchestras in such venues as Carnegie Hall and the Berlin Schauspielhas. Linda Wang is String Chair and Associate Professor of Violin at University of Denver's Lamont School of Music and performs on a 1767 J.B. Guadagnini.
10.Chinese traditional: Andante cantabile, Allegro molto from Fisherman's Song at Dusk 6:17
Tom Miller - percussion, John Kinzie - percussion, Alice Rybak - piano
Linda Wang - Violin
Linda Wang is among the premier violinists of her generation, consistently praised for her artistry, warm, singing tone and charismatic performances. Since her debut with Zubin Mehta and the New York Philharmonic at the age of nine, Linda Wang has performed as soloist with orchestras throughout the United States, Europe and Asia, collaborating with such conductors as Sir Georg Solti and the Schleswig Holstein Festival Orchestra. In recital Ms. Wang has appeared in over 40 US states and abroad, in such venues as Carnegie Hall and the Berlin Schauspielhaus. Her concerts have also been televised nationally for programs on PBS, A&E, ZDF in Germany and NHK in Japan.
Linda Wang has selected exquisite repertory that features works of Asian composers. Her affinity and capacity to embrace each work affords the listener an opportunity to experience and explore an exciting new repertoire of different timbres, techniques and textures. Ms. Wang's interpretations and joy of collaboration is evident in the nuanced chamber music created with exceptional pianist, Alice Rybak, and two outstanding percussionists, John Kinzie and Tom Miller.