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26.03.2020

Following the cancellation of the China tour with National Symphony Orchestra and Maestro Noseda, the below concerts where I was scheduled to perform have also been postponed until a later time. It’s disappointing not being able to share music with all of you, and the sudden retreat to isolation does make me miss the life on the road. But through one form or another, I believe music will always be with us regardless. Hopefully I will have more updated information soon – but meanwhile, please stay at home and be healthy!



‪March 27, 2020‬
‪Hong Kong Philharmonic
‪Beethoven Concerto, Nos. 1, 2 & 3‬


‪March 28, 2020‬
‪Hong Kong Philharmonic
‪Beethoven Concerto, Nos. 4 & 5‬


‪April 15-18, 2020‬
‪Guiyang Symphony Orchestra ‬
‪Prokofiev Concerto No. 3 ‬


‪April 19-25, 2020‬
‪Malaysia University, Kuala Lumpur‬
‪Recitals and Masterclasses ‬


‪May 5-6, 2020‬
‪Shanghai Grand Theatre ‬
‪Shanghai Opera House Orchestra ‬
‪Beethoven Concerto No. 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5‬


‪May 15, 2020‬
‪Boston, USA‬
‪Jordan Hall‬
‪Recital‬

02.03.2020

The concerts on March 27 & 28 in Shenzhen, China where Haochen was to perform all five Beethoven concertos with the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra have been postponed to July 11 & 12.

14.12.2019

Haochen's newest album with the Lahti Symphony Orchestra and Dima Slobodeniouk, released on July 5, has received great critical acclaim.

 

"It is Zhang’s articulation and phrasing, precision and power that merit the highest praise." – Gramophone (chosen as an "Editor's Pick")

 

"Zhang tames a beast and pours new wine into old bottles" – Limelight Magazine (also included in Limelight's Editor's November Primephonic playlist)

 

"I was impressed with the clarity of Zhang’s playing and his masterful organisation of the demanding material...a superb performance" – MusicWeb International

 

Listen to the album on iTunes, Spotify, or Amazon.

07.10.2019

The Philadelphia Inquirer raved about Haochen's performance with The Philadelphia Orchestra and Yannick Nézet-Séguin on October 4.

 

"Haochen Zhang — who was a Gary Graffman student at the Curtis Institute — play[ed] the Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 2 in a performance that set standards in its synergistic sense of ensemble... The give and take between him, Nézet-Séguin and the orchestra was beyond anything I’ve heard in this piece, creating a flowing ocean of music."

 

Read the full review here.

15.08.2019

Gramophone deemed Haochen's debut concerto album with the Lahti Symphony Orchestra and Dima Slobodeniouk one the best new classical albums for September 2019. Jeremy Nicholas enthusiastically praises Haochen's artistry saying "here is an artist of rare talent...full marks all round." Read more of Gramophone's review here.

05.07.2019

Today, BIS releases Haochen's debut concerto album featuring Prokofiev's famously difficult second piano concerto and Tchaikovsky's grand first piano concerto with the Lahti Symphony Orchestra under Dima Slobodeniouk. Watch a preview of the album here.

 

The album is available for purchase from Amazon and iTunes and of course available on your favorite streaming services such as Spotify.

19.12.2018

ResMusica described Haochen's performance in Paris last month at the Salle Gaveau as "dazzling," further calling Haochen "a true interpreter of interiority and mystery." Read more here.

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