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  • Ning Feng_3123_credit Felix Broede - 500x500 31 March 2021

    Paganini 24 Caprices + 1

    “From the fabulously virtuosic first, the trademark rapid string skittering is exhilaratingly done..Feng’s sound has great warmth in the lower register and lightness up top – there is nothing grandstandingly showy here, but a virtuosic truth to the music, which…

  • 9 September 2019


    ***** Performance ***** Recording “Feng’s playing is so commanding throughout – the tricky first movement cadenza and third movement scherzo are almost impossibly silky-smooth – that one is left in absolutely no doubt who the real star of the show…

  • 4 July 2019

    String Quartets: Borodin, Weinberg, Shostakovich

    “a programme of Russian quartets that confirms their right to be considered alongside the best of their Western counterparts… an impressive calling card.” Gramophone Magazine “The Dragons play Borodin’s Second with affection and a natural flow” BBC Music Magazine

  • 16 November 2018

    Elgar & Finzi Violin Concertos

    “Ning Feng makes light work of Elgar’s challenging intricacies, ensuring the music shimmers and takes flight… Feng also avoids the interpretative pitfall of over-ruminating, yet when the music turns magically inward … he finds a way of capturing its half-whispered…

  • 19 January 2018

    Bach Sonatas & Partitas for Solo Violin

    “Ning Feng’s solo Bach is quite unlike anyone else’s… it’s the illusion of a freewheeling conversation projected from within that held me captive… – that, and the expressive scope of his playing, emotionally potent yet with the most discreet use…