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"..the lyrical second movement of the concerto has rarely sounded so intensely emotional and expressive. It is a phenomenal performance, and Yang's sensitivity is matched by the playing of the Orquestre Simfonica and a warm, responsive recording timbre." Limelight Magazine


“The Rodrigo concerto is replete with barely contained explosiveness that recalls Argerich at her best” Gramophone


“With Yang showing a sense of total ownership of this piece [Concierto de Aranjuez], this was one of those performances that was simply revelatory, full of fresh and unexpected turns.” Michael Dervin, The Irish Times


“The highlight of the evening was undoubtedly a stunningly virtuosic arrangement for solo guitar of the G minor Violin Sonata BWV1001, where Xuefei Yang proved to be a most impressive advocate for her instrument.” The Strad Magazine


"Selected as one of Classic FM's "100 Best Artists," Classic FM


"The guitar world has a new star." Gramophone


"..who is Ms. Yang? A Chinese classical guitarist, and, really, one of the most extraordinary instrumentalists in the world." New York Sun


"She also played the Carnival of Venice by Tarrega, and three pieces by Albeniz, showing in all of them the Spanish style, more than having learned it, is in her blood." El Periodico, Spain


"Xuefei Yang is already among the best guitarists in the world." Badische Zeitung


"Her lyrical playing, warm sound and charismatic artistry connect with audiences far beyond the guitar fraternity." Classic FM Magazine


The Albeniz and Granados, both transcribed by Yang, are played with exceptional clarity and a degree of poetry that only Julian Bream's account of the Valses Poetiques can match." Gramophone,


"Ms. Yang plays her Spanish music, like her other music, fabulously: with sparkle, clarity, and flair. As I was listening to her in Granados's "Valses poéticos," I thought, "Alicia de Larrocha might play them this way, if she played the guitar."" New York Sun


"Xuefei Yang is taking the guitar world somewhat by storm." Audiophile Audition


"The Granados is also quite magnificent, with Fei capturing not only the zest but the melancholy that runs through many of these waltzes." International Record Review