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One of the most exciting voices in New Music... Liang is an important musical philosopher, coming into mature expression.

                - Brian Morton, The Wire (UK)                                                            More Reviews                                                                                   

NEWS
 
Interview by Magnus Lindberg before the world premiere of "Verge" with the New York Philharmonic.                         


FEATURED WORK: Verge
“A highlight [of New York Philharmonic's Contact!] was Lei Liang's 'Verge' for 18 strings. With musicians divided into four sections arranged spatially across the stage, Liang builds on the concept of lines converging and diverging across several sections.” 
-Brian Wise, The Strad



Milou

“There is little that is routine or meek about the music of Lei Liang. It is a strong cup of coffee, indeed. But for those inclined to excitements and stimulation in their music-making, his is an important young voice. All of the performances are vital and polished, and the recorded sound is superbly realistic.”

    -Fanfare Magazine

“…a disc to play and play again.” 

    -Peter Grahame WoolfMusical Pointers 


  • April 27, 2014: Chicago, IL
    Lake (flute and clarinet)
    The Chinese Fine Arts Society, Logan Center Performance Hall, University of Chicago

  • May 1, 2014: Orange County, CA
    Lakescape (soprano, piano, percussion)
    , New Music Ensemble, Salmon Recital Hall, Chapman Univeristy

  • May 1, 2014: Orange County, CA
    Gobi Gloria (string quartet)
    , New Music Ensemble, Salmon Recital Hall, Chapman Univeristy

  • May 14, 2014: San Diego, CA
    Trans (for solo percussion and audience), Steven Schick, Conrad Prebys Music Center Theatre

  • May 18, 2014: Chicago, IL
    Gobi Canticle (violin and cello), The Chinese Fine Arts SocietyPreston Bradley Hall, Chicago Cultural Center

  • May 19, 2014: Brooklyn, NY
    Trio (cello, piano and percussion), New York New Music Ensemble, ROULETTE

  • May 26, 2014: Tokyo, Japan
    Lake (version for 2 saxophones)
    , Jan Baker, Masahito Sugihara, Kunitachi College of Music

  • May 28, 2014: Aichi, Japan
    Lake (version for 2 saxophones)
    , Jan Baker, Masahito Sugihara, Aichi University of Fine Arts and Music