BBC Music Magazine just published a review of the recent release of Ning Feng – Elgar & Finzi Violin Concertos, with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and Carlos Miguel Prieto, conductor. It seems the reviewer Terry Blain liked what he heard!
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“Ning Feng is a technically immaculate player (…) Feng is a poet too”
“pin-point accurate and tingles with focused intensity”
“All said, though, his deeply considered account of Elgar’s Concerto is the real reason for buying this disc. Not a bar of it is uninvolving, and the recorded sound is excellent.”
Terry Blain, BBC Music Magazine
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Go ‘behind the scenes’ and dive into the music with violinist Ning Feng at the recording session of his brand new release: Elgar & Finzi Violin Concertos with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and Carlos Miguel Prieto, conductor.
These brand new recordings of Ning Feng have just been released, worldwide! They mark his 6th and 7th releases for Channel Classics Records.
“Bach finished this ‘Bible’ of works for the violin in year 1720 when he was 35. I started recording these masterworks at the same age, on the 1721 ‘MacMillan’ Stradivari violin, to pay my tribute to the greatest musician of all time.” – Ning Feng
– Downloads PCM & DSD Both full-length Volumes can be purchase at a lower price to encourage you to pick up both Volume One and Volume Two – Double-CD (not available on SACD) The physical product is a Double-CD, it does not matter whether you purchase it on the Volume One or Volume Two album page
Ebony Quartet: Unheard (CD of the Week) “All these pieces are played with tremendous commitment and finesse by the Ebony Quartet, who transmit their belief in its enduring quality in every bar.” read The Guardian review
Dragon Quartet: Dvórak and Schubert Quartets (Album Page) “If you don’t already have recordings and want this combination, these are fresh, played with pinpoint accuracy, well paced and free from excessive vibrato.” read The Guardian review
Ashley Solomon: Telemann Twelve Sonatas for Solo Flute “The articulation is immaculate, the rhythms are buoyant and the recording quality, done in big church acoustics, is immediate and generous.” read The Guardian review
Recording Ning Feng last week with Liverpool Philharmonic with Elgar and Finzi Concertos. Orchestra was very focused and supportive of Feng. Conductor was Carlos M. Prieto. He is a regular returning conductor there who had also worked a number of times with Feng. Great music making!