Authors Posts by En Liang Khong

En Liang Khong

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Playing the politics of the piano

The pianist Lang Lang reveals China’s volatile relationship with classical music, writes En Khong

Manfred Eicher: Sound, silence and the importance of clarity

In a rare interview, Manfred Eicher, founder of the influential ECM label, talks tradition and production values with En Liang Khong

Review: An Island

En Liang Khong follows Danish band Efterklang's move into cinema

Review: Keith Jarrett – Rio

En Liang Khong explores the latest solo concert recording from legendary jazz pianist Keith Jarrett

Review: Bj̦rk РBiophilia

En Liang Khong explores Björk's latest ultra-ambitious concept album, Biophilia

Singing a Bonnie tune

En Khong talks to the playwright Bonnie Greer about taking on Question Time with her new opera, Yes

When Orient meets Occident

Kikuei Ikeda of the Tokyo String Quartet talks to Cherwell before the quartet's Japan Benefit Concert in Oxford

Saying No(r)way to cliché

Norwegian singer Jenny Hval talks to Cherwell about working within the feminist tradition and making music on the margins

Review: Lau vs Adem – Ghosts

The Scottish folk trio produces a record that aims at a deconstruction of their traditionalism

The Icelander at the coalface

En Liang Khong talks to Jóhann Jóhannsson about failed utopias and his new album, The Miners’ Hymns

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