Chinese-American pianist George Xiaoyuan Fu is establishing an international reputation as “one of the most exciting pianists of our time… a deep thinker, thoroughly in command” (The Arts Desk). His playing has been praised for its “stunning virtuosity” (Boston Music Intelligencer) and as “a fantasy of sounds and colours” (Christopher Axworthy) that “combines phenomenal technique with a profound sense of interpretative clarity” (Apple Music).

George has appeared across the Americas and Europe, in venues such as the Konzerthaus Berlin, Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall, St Martin In the Fields, the Southbank Centre, Kings Place and Tanglewood. His performances and interviews have been featured on broadcasts around the world, ranging from BBC Radio 3 and National Public Radio, to appearances on PBS/American Public Television and On Stage At Curtis in Philadelphia.

He plays works by Schumann, Beethoven, Cassandra Miller with Michael Finnissy, and a UK premiere by Anna Thorvaldsdottir, plus Fu's own Passacaglia on a theme by Radiohead in Remembrances and Memories on June 20.