The Chinese pianist Yuja Wang, who was born in 1987, represents the level of keyboard magic where there seem to be no technical limits. Far more than her extravagant outfits, it is her hyper-virtuosity that casts a spell on piano lovers. “The music comes first,” she asserts, “and not the physical pleasure of being able to play fast.” But as an “artiste étoile,” Yuja Wang will not limit herself to the warhorses of the keyboard repertoire. In addition to Rachmaninoff and Liszt, she will also focus on Mozart, Bach, and Janáček. Not only technically, but also interpretatively, she belongs in a class of her own.