Beethoven Sonata in G Major, Op.96 with pianist Kun-Woo Paik

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- Maestro Zubin Mehta

"Exceptionally talented violinist and a first class musician"

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- Die Welt

"distinctive dramaturgy of contrasts, crystalline tones with intensity and sensitivity"​

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- Boston Musical Intelligencer

"Truly brilliant, compelling, and polished"

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- The Strad magazine

“Artist of affecting humility and beautiful tone production”

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- Maestro Zubin Mehta

"Exceptionally talented violinist and a first class musician"

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- Münchner Merkur

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Dec. 29

Bergsonne Rigi, Switzerland

Recital “Mozart & Beethoven: Love & Hope” with pianist Julien Quentin

Dec. 28

Château Gütsch Luzern, Switzerland  

Recital “Mozart & Beethoven: Love & Hope” with pianist Julien Quentin

Oct. 21

City Hall Concert Hall, Hong Kong

Recital: “Beethoven & Schumann: Titan & Poet”.

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Dan Zhu & Friends

I would like to invite you to join my new weekly online video series. Each week I will be sharing music masterpieces with distinguished artists around the world from our homes in this program. May the power and beauty of music inspire our life.

New Concert Video

Robert Schumann: “Intermezzo” from FAE Sonata.
Dan Zhu, violin; Kun-Woo Paik, piano.
Recital encore, at the Auditorium Giovanni Arvedi Museo del Violino. Cremona, Italy September 13th, 2020

Dan Zhu is widely recognized as one of the finest musicians of his generation on the international stage today, performing Worldwide with distinguished maestros (Christoph Eschenbach, Zubin Mehta, Krzysztof Penderecki, Alexander Rahbari, Long Yu) and major orchestras (Boston, Philadelphia, National Symphony, Munich, Paris, Florence) at prestigious venues (Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center, Theatre des Champs-Elysee, Philharmonic of St. Petersburg). Praised as “an artist of affecting humility, truly brilliant, compelling, and polished” by the international press. Frequently invited to perform and give master classes at renowned festivals of Salzburg Festspiele, Tanglewood, Verbier, Marlboro, Schleiswig-Holstein, Prades-Casals, Ravinia, and Spoleto. He has collaborated in recital and chamber music with pianists, such as Michel Dalberto, Philippe Entremont, Richard Goode, Lang Lang, Gerhard Oppitz, KunWoo Paik, Jean-Yves Thibaudet. Shared stages and in recordings with composers of our time, including George Benjamin, Gyorgy Kurtag, the late Gian-Carlo Menotti, Wolfgang Rihm, Tan Dun, Bright Sheng, and Xiaogang Ye. Dan Zhu gave his Carnegie Hall debut at the age of eighteen, performing Tchaikovsky violin concerto, while studying with Prof. Lucie Robert at Mannes College that time. His passionate involvement with Antarctica Forum in the environmental field, led him to be the first violinist in the history performed on the continent of Antarctica in 2013. Follow Dan Zhu’s music world at

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