A Cello and Piano Duo Recital
On Thurday,March 12th - 7:30 p.m.@ Siam Ratchada Auditorium in the ground floor of Fortune Town Building
D & M Music Studio in cooperation with Yamaha Ratchadapisek Music School is pleased to present
" A Cello and Piano Duo Recital " by Hai Zheng and Kiyoshi Tamagawa , both distinguished professor from USA
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Concert cellist Hai Zheng has recorded as soloist with the English Chamber Orchestra in London and the Amatius Orchestra in New York at Lincoln Center. She has performed as soloist with orchestras in Europe, North America, and Asia, with Paul Olefsky in England and with Aldo Parisot in China. She made her European debut at the Oxford Town Hall in England and her New York City debut at Carnegie Recital Hall. Her appearances include solo/chamber music concerts at Wigmore Hall in London, at the Bösendorfer Saal in Vienna, New York's Steinway Hall, Barge music series in NYC, and a Canadian debut at the Guelph International Music Festival. These concerts were highly acclaimed by The New York Times, Oxford Daily Mail, and Strad Magazine. As a winner of the Feuermann International Cello Competition, she participated in the 2nd International Cello Festival in Kronberg, Germany. She has recorded five CDs. Her recording of Tchaikovsky’s Rococo Variations with the English Chamber Orchestra was chosen as a “top pick” by the magazine Recording Direct. She has been featured four times as a soloist with the Austin Civic Orchestra including Beethoven’s Triple Concerto with pianist, Anton Nel. Ms. Zheng has been a guest cellist with the Enso, Miró and Shanghai Quartets. Her visits to China have included a special concert for the Asia Society in Hong Kong, master classes and recitals at Shanghai, Guangzhou and Macau conservatories. She just returned from performing a special homecoming recital at famous Gulangyu concert hall at the invitation of the Xiamen University. Her recent concerts also included master classes and recitals at Duke University and Chinese Culture University in Taipei, Taiwan. She was on the jury panel for the Jackie McGehee Young Artist Competition sponsored by the Music Guild of New Mexico in February. She was just invited to present a master class, solo performance and was a guest judge for the Haydn Cello Concerto Competition at TCU international cello festival. Ms. Zheng has been an Assistant Professor of Music and Artist in Residence at Southwestern University since 1995 and she is also on the faculty at St. Stephen's School. She is the founding trustee of the Amatius Foundation and the Artistic Director for the Young Musicians Festival Competition at Asian American Culture Center.
Kiyoshi Tamagawa is Professor of Music and Associate Dean for the Sarofim School of Fine Arts at Southwestern University in Georgetown, TX, has performed as a soloist and collaborative pianist throughout the United States and in seven foreign countries. His association with the late violinist Eugene Fodor resulted in over thirty recitals and a CD of violin and piano music, “Witches’ Brew.” Their performances took them across the United States and also included concerts at the National Center for the Performing Arts in Mumbai, India and the Festival Internacional Cervantino in Guanajuato, Mexico. Dr. Tamagawa has performed at Weill Recital Hall, Merkin Hall and Bargemusic in New York, Wigmore Hall in London, where he was called an “excellent” pianist by The Strad magazine, and on the Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concerts series in Chicago. In February 2013 he appeared with the Austin Symphony as soloist in Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 3, accompanying Ballet Austin’s presentation of Balanchine’s Allegro Brillante. He will perform with the orchestra again in November 2014 in Mozart’s Piano Concerto in C major, K. 503, and for a second time with the Temple Symphony in the spring of 2016. He has presented sessions at national conferences of the American String Teachers’ Association, College Music Society, and the Music Teachers’ National Association, as well as state and regional conferences, including the Texas Music Educators’ Association, Texas Music Teachers’ Association, and the College Music Society, South Central Chapter. His writings on musical topics have been published in American Music Teacher, American String Teacher, American Suzuki Journal and Keyboard (now Clavier) Companion. He was named as the 2013 Collegiate Teacher of the Year by the Texas Music Teachers’ Association.
Adagio and Allegro Op. 70 for Cello and Piano Robert Schumann (1810-1855)
Madrigal in A minor (para Pablo Casals) Enrique Granados
Intermezzo from Goyescas Granados-Cassado
Tango Isaac Albeniz
Playera (Spanish Dance) Enrique Granados
Sonate for Cello and Piano in A major Cesar Franck (1822-1890)Allegretto ben moderatoAllegro Recitativo-Fantasia, Largamente-Ben Moderato-Molto lento e mestoAllegretto poco mosso
Tickets are priced at 600 Baht and 300 Baht for student and are available at Robinson Piano Showroom on the 5th floor of Siam Discovery Center Tel: 02-658-1080-1 or call for more information at K.Mongkol: 081-682-8000
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