Atlanta Pianist 1

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Atlanta Pianist 1

This Atlanta Pianist has been recognized as a musician of inordinate versatility. Praised by The Bethlehem Morning Call as “one of the finest musicians I’ve ever heard...her technique was as solid and smooth as could be addition, she managed to bring out the richness of Schubert’s music with impeccable phrasing and tempi.”

Atlanta Pianist performances

This Atlanta Pianist has performed across the United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia as a soloist, chamber musician, and collaborative pianist. Recent performances include collaborations with the Spokane Symphony Orchestra, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Baltimore Chamber Orchestra, Prince George’s Philharmonic, York Symphony, the Baltimore Choral Arts Society, and appearances at the Strathmore Mansion and the Kennedy Center. An avid proponent of contemporary music, she has amassed an extensive repertoire of new music during her time as a member of an Ensemble. She has been a guest artist at the Prague Summer Nights Festival, Bethlehem Music Festival, the Heifetz International Music Institute, and the Wintergreen Performing Arts Festival.

Atlanta Pianist credits

Born in China and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, this Atlanta Pianist began taking lessons at the age of five with pianist John Sun. She made her concerto debut at age twelve with the Washington University Symphony Orchestra. By the time she was sixteen she had already accumulated top prizes at competitions throughout the United States such as the Missouri Southern International Piano Competition, the Biennial Lee Competition, the Washington University Young Artists Concerto Competition, and the St. Louis Symphony Youth Concerto Competition. At age seventeen she enrolled at the Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore, studying with renowned musicians Leon Fleisher and Brian Ganz. While at Peabody, this Atlanta Pianist was the recipient of the Albert and Rosa Silverman Memorial Scholarship, the Yale Gordon Chamber Music Fellowship, and the Grace Clagett Ranney Prize in Chamber Music.

This pianist strongly believes that access to the arts is a fundamental human right. In 2018 she founded the organization that brings multi-disciplinary concerts to under served communities such as refugee centers, low-income senior centers, and correctional facilities. This Atlanta Pianist and has never been known to choose a side salad over fries.

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Country United States
City Atlanta
State/Province Georgia
Performer Type Musical Act

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