Critics have described Mengyang Pan's playing as 'so fine that time seemed to stand still. Her shading, use of tone colour, and the most brilliantly clear and precise placing of the music in the highest register was a real joy to hear'. Meng Yang Pan was born in China, and studied at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing, at the Purcell School and at the Royal College of Music, where she won the Hopkinson Gold Medal and played a concerto in the RCM 125th anniversary concert. Upon graduating from the RCM, HRH Prince Charles presented her with one of the College's most prestigious awards, The Tagore Gold Medal, for outstanding representation of the RCM. She has won many awards include 2nd prize at the prestigious Concorso Rina Sala Gallo in Italy 2012, 1st Prize at the 2010 Bromsgrove International Young Musicians Platform, 1 st prize in the Brant International competition and 2nd Prize at the Dudley International Piano Competition. She was also awarded the Second Stage Award at the Leeds International Piano Competition in 2009. She regularly performs in some of the most prestigious concert halls throughout the UK such as the Royal Festival Hall, Wigmore Hall, The National Gallery, St John's Smith Square and Bridgewater Hall in Manchester. Concerto performances with Maestro Vladimir Ashkenazy and John Wilson are among the highlights of her career to date. She is gaining a considerable reputation as an exceptional pianist.
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