“This was soul-satisfying Mozart. Anson is a major talent whose gifts deserve careful nurturing. One could readily imagine that one was hearing Mozart himself—as a child prodigy—at the keyboard, so preternaturally profound was young Anson’s interpretation. It is unlikely that Mozart could have played this concerto any more convincingly than Anson did.” - The Epoch Times, New York.
Canadian pianist ANSON HUI was the youngest winner of the grand prize at the 2014 Indiana University Piano Concerto Competition. In 2013 he was also the winner of the first prize at the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra Concerto Competition. In 2010 Anson performed at Carnegie Hall in New York City after winning the American Protégé International String and Piano Competition and the Canadian Music Competition. Most recently, Anson Hui performed with the Canadian Sinfonietta at the CBC Glenn Gould Studio and with the New York Concerti Sinfonietta in New York City.