Pianist Tony Siqi Yun joins the roster

Tony Siqi Yun

Opus 3 Artists welcomes the winner of the First China International Music Competition, pianist Tony Siqi Yun for North American representation.

Tony Siqi Yun was born in Toronto, Canada in 2001. He is currently enrolled at The Juilliard School Pre-College Division where he studies piano, composition and conducting. ... »

Daniil Trifonov review – one of the finest pianists today seals his place

Daniil Trifonov
The Guardian

The centrepiece of Daniil Trifonov’s residency with the London Symphony Orchestra this month was a solo recital. It was a well-packed, generous performance, which provided further confirmation that the 28-year-old Russian is one of the finest pianists today. Despite his celebrity, though, Trifonov is still revealing new aspects of his artistry. His reputation was founded on his sometimes astounding performances of Chopin, Liszt and Rachmaninov, but here, though his encore was Rachmaninov (an arrangement – perhaps his own? – of Vocalise) his programme was based upon substantial works by Beethoven, Schumann and Prokofiev. ... »

Canadian pianist Tony Siqi Yun wins first prize at inaugural China International Music Competition

China International Music Competition , Tony Siqi Yun
China International Music Competition

18-year-old Canadian winner receives unprecedented prize of US$150,000, plus a gold medal and representation with Opus 3 Artists & Wray Armstrong Music and Arts

Second prize awarded to Alexander Malofeev (Russia) and third prize to MacKenzie Melemed (USA)

Finals took place at Beijing’s National Centre for the Performing Arts with Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra, streamed worldwide by medici.tv ... »