major presentation for solo recitals in the past years
solo concert at Le festival Mawazine Rythmes du Monde (Maroc
Cultures présente), Espace Chellah, Rabat, Maroc.
solo concert at the Telus Theatre at at the Chan Centre, UBC campus,
Vancouver, BC Canada.
Solo concert in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, presented by Abu
Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (www.cultural.org.ae)
20, 2008: Solo concert at the Thalia (Symphony Space), NYC,
New York, presented by the World Music Institute.
solo concert at the WOMEX (World Music Expo) in Seville, Spain.
solo concert at Museo do Oriente, Av. Brasília, Doca de Alcântara
(Norte), Lisbon, Portugal.
solo concert at the Bray Jazz Festival, Ireland.
21:00h: solo recital, Centro Cultural La Cam, Alicante, Spain.
solo recital, Salle Pierre-Mercure(Centre Pierre Peladeau, Montreal,
22, 2008, 7.30pm: solo recital, National Centre for Early
Music, York, UK.
solo recital at the Quai Branly Museum, Paris, France.
Solo recital: The International Music Festival (SettembreMusica
Torino Milano), Teatro Baretti, Turin, Italy.
17, 2007: Solo recital at the First Edition of MITO SettembreMusica
(The International Music Festival Milan-Turin), Sagrestia del Bramante,
Festival des musiques du monde les suds à Arles, France.
July, 2006: Rudolstadt festival, Germany (July 8, 8pm: solo
concert at the City Theater, live broadcasting by West Germany Radio
(WDR), July 9, 3:30pm: Solo concert at the City Church, broadcasted
on Radio and TV.
Solo concert at WOMAD Festival in Caceres, Spain.
Liu Fang solo recital at the Theatre
de la Vill in Paris, France.
22, 2005: pipa solo concert at the Bath International Music
Solo concert at the Festival Notes d'Equinoxe Delémont, Switzerland
(recorded live by Radio-Suisse)
23, 2004, solo concert at the 2004 WOMAD festival in Reading,
Berkshire, UK (press
Liu Fang performed two solo pieces at the BBC World Service concert
dedicated to the World AIDS Day, Concert, Mermaid theatre, London,
UK. (BBC World Service recording and broadcasted in 43 languages
all over the world. The host of the concert, Sir Ian McKellen said
to the audiance and to the listeners of the radio after Liu Fang's
performance: "There was just one musician, but ten
talented fingers." see press