Another fine pianist: Fuzjko Hemming!
Fuzjko Hemming was born in Berlin to a Japanese pianist mother and a Swedish father. When Fuzjko was a child, her family relocated to Tokyo, and by the age of 10, she was taking lessons from Leonid Kreutzer. She made her concert debut at 17, and she won numerous prestigious competitions and prizes. Her musicianship was praised for her extraordinary interpretations of the music of Chopin, Liszt, and Schumann.
So… Let’s hear some of her wonderful playing. Notice the deep expressiveness, the feeling that she puts into seemingly every note! What a sensitive musician she is! I truly enjoy the fine interpretation of both compositions that are captured for you below. Enjoy them fully! And feel free to express your own views at the bottom of this Post.
Here is Ms. Hemming performing the Consolation no.3 of Franz LISZT
And here she is playing Schumann’s “Spring Night”:
Tags: Hemming, Schumann, Liszt, Japanese pianist