© 2018 by Li-Chun Chen   Photo:  ©Wojciech Mateusiak



The review of Su-Han Yang’s concert with the Polish Sinfonia Iuventus Orchestra at the 14th Festival of Polish Music:


“…on July 20th, Sinfonia Iuventus was conducted by Su-Han Yang - a nearly thirty-year-old conductor from Taiwan, last year's winner of the Fitelberg Competition - and it was one of the most interesting and best concerts of this year's festival. We heard Elgar's Polonia and Paderewski's Symphony in B minor "Polonia". Both works were performed with piety and great commitment, but Su-Han Yang created a real artistic creation by interpreting Paderewski's Symphony. The extensive work, sometimes incoherent in terms of construction, captured under his baton an interesting and consistent dramatic course, magnificent colours and expression. The conductor got acquainted with Paderewski's score on the occasion of the festival. As he said, he was delighted with this music and is ready to promote it all over the world. So the festival fulfilled its task in this case.”


by Anna Woźniakowska

Ruch Muzyczny, No. 8/9 (2018): 74–75


An incredibly sensitive, well-mannered, charming young man.

                                                                 - Adam Rozlach