This Chinese pianist took first prize at the Chopin Competition in Warsaw in 2000. Not only that, but at age 18 he was the youngest person ever to win it.
"His playing here seems more concerned with immediacy of effect and with registering his virtuosic credentials than in either of his previous discs. In the four scherzos you'll find both an edge and a thrust which suggest he wants to keep you on the edge of your seat through the brilliance of his fingerwork and the reserves of power he can draw on—and he succeeds. The three impromptus are less flashy and closer to the style of the earlier recordings."—Irish Times
"Critics praise his precise, crystalline technique, his fluidity on the keys and the enthusiasm he brings to the music of Chopin."—NPR