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The New York Times

“Bach as you’ve never heard it … [Mr. Cheung] surmounts the contrapuntal hurdles and offers a stylish, deeply expressive interpretation [of the Goldberg Variations] notable for its clear voicing, eloquent phrasing and wide range of color and dynamics …”

New York Concert Review

“… Mr. Cheung’s performance of his own arrangements was expressive, sensitive and unpretentious, and left the listeners with the feeling of comfort. The artist created perfect legato by carefully matching the reverberation and decay from one note to the next.”

All Music Guide

“These are in the nature of showpieces for Cheung’s artistry, to be sure, but they’re beautifully done, and they attain the elusive quality of making the sounds of the instrument into a discrete world of their own.”

The New York Times

“Here he offered a dexterous, expressively colored performance of the Allegro from Bach’s Keyboard Concerto No. 1 in D minor, in a version for string quartet, double bass and marimba.”

The Washington Times

“Tuneful, neo-Romantic yet technically difficult, these pieces not only showcased Mr. Cheung’s mastery of his instrument but also demonstrated his considerable skill and promise as a composer in his own right – one who writes the kind of music people will want to hear.”

“The word marimba means ‘singing wood’. Something about the natural resonance of wood and how the sound floats in the air makes my entire body vibrate. It’s not only an instrument that you hear, but it’s also like a living musical being that you feel in your heart and soul.” ~ PIUS CHEUNG

31st Aug 2009

CD Review: The New York Times

“Bach as you’ve never heard it … [Mr. Cheung] surmounts the contrapuntal hurdles and offers a stylish, deeply expressive interpretation [of the Goldberg Variations] notable for its clear voicing, eloquent...

26th Mar 2009

Review: The Washington Times

“Tuneful, neo-Romantic yet technically difficult, these pieces not only showcased Mr. Cheung’s mastery of his instrument but also demonstrated his considerable skill and promise as a composer in his own...

22nd Mar 2009

Review: New York Concert Review

Pius Cheung, marimba 48th Young Concert Artists Series Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall March 3, 2009 Chinese-Canadian marimbist Pius Cheung attracted a hefty crowd of music lovers in spite of...

01st Sep 2008

The 5th World Marimba Competition Stuttgart 2008

Pius’ composition Etude in e minor is selected as part of the repertoire for the second round of the 5th World Marimba Competition Stuttgart 2008 to be held on September...

06th Mar 2008

Pius Cheung’s American Radio Debut

The McGraw-Hill Young Artists Showcase announced the American Radio debut of Pius Cheung, winner of 2008 Young Concert Artists International Audtions, on March 5, 2008 and encores on March 12,...

19th Jan 2008

First Prize Winner – 2008 YCA International Auditions

The Young Concert Artists Inc. announced the first prize winners of 2008 Young Concert Artists Inetrnational Audtions are Pius Cheung, marimba and Narek Hakhnazaryan, cello.

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