"An international artist of Asian origin, western education, a high-class pianist with impressive biography and impeccable sound, almost absolute!”.
“We recommend the CD of Veronica Yen: a pianist with imposing, flawless grace, who (as has been already written and we can confirm) has a “natural communication with her audience”.
“Piano Poems from the Mediterranean” is an uncommon edition in a package reminding of a 45 vinyl (18x18cm), framed with a wonderful artwork of advanced artistic elegance and sensitive aesthetics of blue hues like the water."
“Anastazios (the album featured 3 of his pieces), born in 1975, is a young composer characterized by the deepest adhesion to concepts such as poetic eloquence, stylistic elegance, refined harmony”
the above: Album Reviews from Jazz&Tzaz Magazine, May 2011
‘Veronica Yen indeed handles her sound with great sensitivity, which is very impressive. Because it's rare to hear an interpreter who gives the impression of absolute controls of colour and intensity through his/her finger tips!’ , by Nick Sarafianos, Avpolis Music Greece.
Album Review April 2010, Avpolis Music Review, Greece
Nominated as by Muzik Magazine and , this is a most exciting collection of some rarely recorded piano repertoire from the Mediterranean. Featured works by Liszt written in Italy; Granados' 5 Spanish Dances, Galuppi's most enchanting (but rarely recorded) Sonata in C; Veronica Yen's own transcription of 'Variation' from Rimsky-Korsakov's Orchestral work. And Greek composer Anastazios has written 3 poetic pieces especially for her.
A really romantic piano solo album, performed by a sensitive and poetic artist, coloured with Mediterranean brightness and joy. If you are a classical piano lover, you will not only find beauty and joy, but also lots of surprises!