“Her attention to detail and clarity is as impressive as her agility, balance and velocity.”
— The Washington Post

She first came to international attention in 2005 when, at 19, she took home the Cliburn silver medal, along with special prizes for best chamber music and new work. Seoul-born Joyce Yang has since made more than 1,000 concert appearances in the world’s prestigious venues and with the New York, Los Angeles, and BBC Philharmonics, the Deutsches-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, and the Chicago, Philadelphia, Toronto, Sydney, and New Zealand Symphony Orchestras. She’s also a Grammy®-nominated recording artist praised for her “imaginative programming” and “beautifully atmospheric playing” (Gramophone).

Recent years have included an exploration of “art-inspires-art;” she’s curated and performed concerts that highlight the relationship between music and dance, including a major collaboration with the Aspen Santa Fe Ballet. She’s currently artist-in-residence for Grant Park Music Festival and is touring to more than 30 cities this season.

And this fall, the extraordinary, innovative, and elegant Joyce Yang returns to Fort Worth to open our season with Tchaikovsky Seasons, Rachmaninov preludes, and Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition.


Patrons must be 8 years of age or older to attend Cliburn Concerts.

For questions about ticketing please contact the Bass Hall Box Office at 817.212.4280.

The on-site will call and box office will open in the Renzo Piano Pavilion lobby one hour prior to concert time.

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Photography and recording are strictly prohibited.

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