Wow. This is a pretty spectacular recital. Unlike most of the usual technique-monsters coming out of the Far East, Yuja Wang has the right combination of pianistic wizardry (you need three eyes and eight hands to play the Stravinsky!) and musical insight to make this fascinating recital work. This Stravinsky is, dare I say it, better than the classic Pollini version, with greater subtlety in many places and with inner voices emerging I had never heard before. The Brahms is also a fabulous performance, and the two little Scarlatti sonatas are presented with great aplomb and charm. Only in the final Ravel Valse did I feel that the notes overpowered the message, but this may be as much Ravel's fault as the pianist's. One of the most enjoyable recitals I've heard in a long time.