Acclaim

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

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Andrew Farach-Colton, Gramophone UK
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."

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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
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