Pianist Minsoo Sohn rates rave reviews for Carnegie Hall concert

Pianist Minsoo Sohn, prize laureate of the 2006 Honens International Piano Competition and assistant professor of piano at the MSU College of Music, performed a solo recital at Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall on Saturday, October 6, 2012. His program included Bach’s “Goldberg” Variations.

The Honens Competition and Michigan State University sponsored Sohn's evening at Carnegie Hall. Sohn received rave reviews from the New York Times and New York Arts following his performance, see links below.

Sohn has been described by the Boston Globe as an artist, a man who will create a life in music, find listeners, and reward them. Known as a performer with poetic vision and musical intelligence, Sohn is widely gathering accolades from critics and audiences alike for his masterful virtuosity and artistic expression.

Live performances of Sohn’s notable interpretation of Bach’s Goldberg Variations have been broadcast numerous times on the CBS and across the United States on NPR’s Performance Today. Sohn's Goldberg Variations CD on the Honens label was named one of the top 25 records of 2011 by The New York Times. More info about the CD. 

New York Times review

New York Arts

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