淡泊以明志,宁静以致远

 

Yingdi Sun
Winner of the 7th International Franz Liszt Piano Competition
 

 

Biography Recording&Media Gallery Contact
                                                      

Home 


Yingdi Sun, Concert Pianist

Yingdi Sun (b. 1980) won First Prize at the prestigious 7th International Franz Liszt Piano Competition, which was held in Utrecht in 2005. By winning the prize he has embarked on a demanding international concert tour. For more than two years, this tour has taken him around the globe and included, in addition to many concerts in leading Dutch concert halls, performances in France, Belgium, Germany, Great Britain, Finland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Poland, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, China, New Zealand, South Africa and the United States.

Already on the morning after the Final of the Liszt Competition, Yingdi performed in Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw with the Netherlands Radio Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Jean-Bernard Pommier. In the course of his concert tour, he has played with numerous leading orchestras including the Rotterdam Philharmonic (conducted by Michel Plasson), the Czech National Symphony Orchestra (with Daniel Raiskin), the Hong Kong Philharmonic (with Edo de Waart), l’Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France (with Myung-Whun Chung), the Macao Orchestra (with András Ligeti), the Shanghai Opera Orchestra (with Zoltán Kocsis) and the Zurich Chamber Orchestra (with Tan Dun).

Yingdi Sun is  a member of  the "Oriental Express Cultural Project" run by the Ministry of Culture of PR CHINA since 2006 as well as the  professor in Piano Department of Shanghai Conservatory of Music.

                                                                

     

 

 

 

 

 

'You could call his interpretations, ‘Liszt in primary colours.'   ——Utrechts Nieuwsblad