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The New York Times

April 27, 2012
Allan Kozinn of the New York Times reviews the premiere of John Harbison's Sonata No. 1 for Violin and Piano, performed by Cho-Liang Lin and and Jon Kimura Parker at the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center on April 24, 2012. The program also included Beethoven's Trio in E Flat as well as Brahms's Piano Quartet no. 3 in C minor.
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Financial Times

January 19, 2012
Ken Smith of the Financial Times remarks on how violinist Cho-Liang Lin and his fellow musicians at the Hong Kong International Chamber Music Festival close the gap between East and West with their “Paris and Shanghai” concert program.
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Time Out Hong Kong

January 17, 2012
Satoshi Kyo of TimeOut Hong Kong praises Cho-Liang Lin's Hong Kong concert for its insightful juxtaposition of Bartók, Chen Yi, and Tan Dun.
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Time Out Hong Kong

January 12, 2012
Mark Tjhung of TimeOut Hong Kong notes how the opening concert of his Hong Kong International Chamber Music Festival inspired a fresh perspective on collaborative music.
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South China Morning Post

January 4, 2012
Sam Olluver of the South China Morning Post talks with Jimmy Lin as the violinist takes the helm at the Hong Kong International Chamber Music Festival.
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Front Row

December 8, 2011
by Wayne Lee Gay
Front Row has reviewed Cho-Liang Lin and pianist Jon Kimura Parker’s Dallas recital, “An Evening in Paris,” and praises the duo for their balance of musical insight and virtuosity.

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Star-Telegram

November 28, 2011
Familiar musicians are a treat as a duo
By Olin Chism
Pianist Jon Kimura Parker and violinist Cho-Liang Lin are familiar faces in Dallas-Fort Worth, but they are generally heard separately rather than as musical partners. The audience at Tuesday night's Cliburn at the Bass concert saw and heard them together, and it was quite a treat.

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