Annie Yim on BBC Radio 3 interview

Listen to Annie Yim on BBC Radio 3 interview about her upcoming MusicArt project at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac and live performance of Ravel, John Cage and Raymond Yiu.


Annie Yim interview with Interlude HK

An in-depth interview with Interlude HK: ‘In touch with Annie Yim, Pianist’.

Read interview here. 

Previews of Conceptual Concert in Three Acts by MusicArt

Previews of Conceptual Concert in Three Acts by MusicArt, a cross-disciplinary world premiere featuring composer Raymond Yiu, poet Kayo Chingonyi, and pianist Annie Yim, in collaboration with Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac:

Classical Music Magazine.

Interlude HK.

Review: From Debussy to Arvo Pärt

Praised as “an intriguing and highly original concert by pianist Annie Yim”, read an extract from this wonderful review by Frances Wilson (March 2018) of MusicArt London’s most recent project The Poet Speaks: From Debussy to Pärt here.

Keynote Concert and Dialogue at an international,
multi-disciplinary conference at the University of Surrey,
21 October 2017

Writing About Contemporary Artists: Challenges, Practices and Complexities.

Annie will give a Keynote Concert and Dialogue for her MusicArt London project alongside renowned artist Christopher Le Brun, President of The Royal Academy of Arts, at an international, multi-disciplinary three-day conference at the University of Surrey, UK. In conversation with Christopher Wiley, chair of the Conference, Annie will explore in-depth her ongoing collaboration with Le Brun. She will give performances of a specially commissioned work by Richard Birchall (2015) as well as music by Scriabin, Rachmaninov, Berg, and Debussy.

Please visit conference website for more information.

Annie Yim interview on Meet the Artist

Annie talks about the moment when she first fell in love with music, her recent cross-art collaborations,
and more on Meet the Artist. Full interview here.

Interview with Annie Yim about MusicArt London’s dance and
piano trio collaboration

An interview with Annie Yim and choreographer Patricia Okenwa about MusicArt London’s 2017 project Scenes from Daphnis and Chloe as part of the Minerva Piano Trio’s residency at St John’s Smith Square.

Read the interview by St John’s Smith Square here.