Korean piano player William Youn is mainstream among music fans across the globe. Every collection he has delivered under the name of “William Youn” has procured the most elevated awards from the significant record magazines.
His subsequent collection, which was delivered in 2011 with Franz Schubert’s D.935, won the ideal five stars from the Diapason magazine. His Mozart sonata collection in 2018 was magnified by the Gramophone magazine, which said it was “uncommon to hear a Mozart sonata with such delicacy and profundity from the inside.” “Youn’s daintiness of touch is coordinated by significant passionate profundities, profound agreement and console verse,” said BBC Music Magazine a year ago on Youn’s Schubert Piano Sonatas.
Youn is returning to Korea in two years for his performance show “A Psalm of Life,” which will happen at IBK Chamber Hall in Seoul Arts Center on April 16. It is a heavyweight program including Mozart’s Rondo K511, Liszt’s Dante Sonata, Ravel’s Miroirs, and Schubert’s Sonata 21.
Notwithstanding his top picks, for example, Mozart, Chopin, and Schumann, Youn’s Schubert sonata collection will be delivered in 2023. “I was considering doing Schubert after my Mozart collection was delivered, and the head of Sony Music visited to see me. He inquired as to whether I was keen on a total Schubert collection. Also, I thought, “What an incident.”
Youn is likewise appearing in “Dear Luna,” a dance show featuring ballet dancer Kim Joo-won, which will run from March 26 to 28 during the Tongyeong International Music Festival. “Kim will portray the subject of “moon,” and I’m going to communicate as piano player. This is the main test for me, and I am a lot of anticipating our joint effort,” Youn said about his forthcoming exhibition with the ballet dancer. The show will be hung on April 16.