YEHUDI MENUHIN, Hon. K.B.E.
“ Mary Wu has, beyond her command of the keyboard, a poetical quality to her playing which I find particularly moving. She is totally involved with the music she makes and captivates her audiences as a result.”
“Mary Wu is a young pianist whom I consider to be one of the most gifted of her generation. She is a remarkable pianist who has authority. But what surprises the most is her musical variety, her profundity and sensitivity.”
LOUIS KENTNER, C.B.E.
“She is one of the most talented young pianists I have ever worked with, highly gifted for the manual part of piano playing, which is matched by intelligence as a musician.”
ANTONY HOPKINS, C.B.E.
“An outstanding talent, a rare musian. ”
THE TIMES-LONDON, UK
“Superb technique combined with aggression, wit and peotry”
LEAMINGTON HASTINGS, UK
“Queen of the Keyboards, Wu displayed the powerful side of her technique from full keyboard virtuosity to feathery lightness, expressing emotions from dreaming, through passion and regality to fiery energy”
BANFF CRAG & CANYON, CANADA
“completely riveting performance, with moments of absolute magic, she can in one run, turning a phrase from iron-hardness to most melting colour. She can suddenly articulate an inner voice or revitalise a phrase”
SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST, HONG KONG
“Wu’s refreshing playing virtually transformed the City Hall Concert Hall, her performance was extremely beautiful with all the verve, technique and splendid clarity.”
EL MUNDO IBIZA Y FORMENTERA, SPAIN
“Mary Wu showed her extraordinary artist quality, absolute mastery over the keyboard and magical virtuosity, her hands fly as excited seagulls before resting softly on the piano keys.”
CULTURAL VIBES, RTHK, HONG KONG
“World class pianist who communicates with and moves the audience, …. of Wu’s Chopin Sonata No. 3: an unbelievably beautiful and stunning performance, and her Beethoven “Appassionata” Sonata, perfection.”
INTERNATIONAL RECORD REVIEW
“There is some extremely refined playing in this collection, particularly in “ Oiseaux tristes” and “Une barque sur l’océan” which are among the best accounts I have heard of these pieces from Miroirs.” (Ravel piano works, Universal)