Luosha Fang and Eunice Kim home in on the music’s sweetly tragic tone and the Albany Symphony play with finesse and emotional heft for David Alan Miller Read More...
— Andrew Farach-Colton,
The Dizzying World of György Ligeti
Luosha Fang completely characterized each of the six movements of Ligeti’s Sonata for Solo Viola, from the lyrical “Hora lungǎ,” with its quarter-tones and natural harmonics high on the C string, to the final “Chaconne chromatique,” whose angst-ridden harmonies she balanced with graceful lilt.
— REBECCA WISHNIA,
San Francisco Classical Voice
"She proved her full range - technically, expressively, and with a great sense of uncovering for the listener why this music is important." Read More...
— Peter Dobrin,
Inquirer Classical Music Critic/The Inquirer
Review: To warm the holidays, SPCO offers crackling Brandenburgs
"Between Moffett's spirited leadership of that concerto and Luosha Fang's blazing violin solos on the concluding Fourth, this proved a terrific coming-out party for some of the young guest musicians who are temporarily filling open positions in the SPCO this season."
— Rob Hubbard,
St. Paul Pioneer Press
REVIEW: LOUISVILLE ORCHESTRA OFFERS DISCOVERY IN THE OLD AND NEW
"The most flamboyant soloist was Luosha Fang, mostly interested in a dialogue with the orchestra and the audience, moving around the stage like an actor."
— Daniel Gilliam,
Classical 90.5 WUOL Louisville