Cellist with a bold, powerful tone and a wide-ranging career.
The violinist's beautiful tone and photogenic appearance made him a classical superstar in the 2000s.
An all-American diva, Fleming has an adventurous spirit to go with her operatic glamour, fine acting, and lovely lyric soprano.
Uncommonly thoughtful and well-rounded violinist, whose repertory ranges through five centuries, and who has near-perfect tone and technique.
A superior pianist, Wu Han is as famous for her activity in producing and administrating music festivals, and for educational activities.
One of the few true classical superstars who can sell out a large venue, Lang Lang is a cultural ambassador as well as a tremendous pianist.
The most famous cellist of contemporary times and one of the most recognizable names and faces in music, Ma's catholicity of taste has led him to collaborations beyond classical music.
With spectacularly unflashy technique, this pianist is strong in a huge swath of repertory. His winning, down-to-earth personality has made him an audience favorite.
Solo violinist whose technical polish and compelling musicianship makes him ideal for a wide range of music.
This “poet of the piano” is known for his interpretive depth and his cool, jazzy onstage demeanor.
“Flicka” to her legions of fans, this American mezzo-soprano has had a storied singing career, which extended over an extraordinary four decades.
Guitar star, the first Chinese-trained virtuoso soloist on that instrument.
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