Dorset Museum Music Society

Yuanfan Yang, Pianist

24 April 2024, 7:30pm

Pianist and composer Yuanfan Yang, born in Edinburgh, is a First-Class Graduate of the Royal Academy of Music and the Royal College of Music in London. He has won numerous prizes at international piano competitions and has performed with prestigious orchestras worldwide. Yuanfan is also an accomplished composer, winning awards for his compositions. His debut album “Watercolour” received critical acclaim.

Water is the inspiration behind much of this programme which will conclude with a voyage into the unknown in the company of this remarkably talented young man.


  • BACH-BUSONI Chaconne
  • LISZT Au lac de Wallenstadt; Au bord d’une source
  • FAURE Barcarolle no. 1 in A minor, Op. 26
  • CHOPIN Barcarolle in F sharp, Op. 60
  • SCHUMANN Carnaval. Op. 9
  • YUANFAN YANG Improvisations based on Themes and Style Suggested by the Audience

“Yang’s dazzling Schumann and Liszt rivalled those of the young Ashkenazy.”
– International Piano Magazine

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The Dorset Museum Music Society are fortunate in being able to make use of the Victorian Hall of the Dorset Museum, a unique environment that continues to draw enthusiastic praise from our visiting artists

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