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Next pianist that we are presenting here is Yi Liu , who will be playing on SUNDAY, 6th of September.
We will continue presenting more concerts on following Sundays with other extraordinary musicians! LET’S UNITE FOR MUSIC!!!
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Chopin: Etudes op. 25
Born in Shanghai, had his early musical training with his uncle Zhenyu Dong, he
holds Master of Music degree from Shanghai Conservatory, and Graduate
Performance Degree from Boston Conservatory at Berklee, his former teachers
included Ya-Fei Chuang, Dr. Cheung-Yu Mo, Yi-Qiang Sun, and Qiaoyun Yang, .
Currently, he is continuing the Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA) with Polish-born
Steinway Artist Adam Wodnicki, and working as Teaching Fellow at the North
Texas University College of Music.
Yi has poetic sensitivities and richness in his musical language, his performance
retains authentic, sometimes dramatic and organic interpretation, with brilliant
technique, sometimes with eastern taste in his music. He is the top prize winner
of the International Keyboard Odyssiad & Festival in 2019. In 2018, he and his
quartet in Boston made recordings for Brahms Piano Quartet No. 3 in C minor,
Op. 60, and won the Second prize in the Chamber Music Division of the 4th
ENKOR International Music Competition. He was the third prize winner of the
Shanghai Spring International Music Festival competition in 2013. In 2016, he
was awarded the scholarship for the prestigious Mozarteum International
Summer Music Festival in Salzburg.
From a young age, Yi has developed a deep and keen interest in collaboration. He
appeared in the Mozart 150th Memorial Concert Series with Flutist Qi Wang at
Shanghai Symphony Hall back in 2006. In 2017, he was invited to perform
Schumann Piano Quintet in E-flat major, Op. 44 with Faculty members of Boston
Conservatory at Berklee including violinist Katie Lansdale, violist Lila Brown, and
cellist Rhonda Rider in the Chamber Series Concert at Seully Hall in Boston. In
2018, he was invited to perform for the China and Turkey Exchange
International Musicians Concert Series in Suzhou. He has great passion in
working with singers as well, in the summer of 2019, he accompanied for the
whole Opera “Don Giovanni” for the Orchestra parts piano reduction version at
Voertman Hall in Texas. Recently, he and his colleagues at UNT Center Trio
recorded Beethoven Piano Trio Op.70 No.2 in E flat Major for Celebrating
Beethoven’s 250th Birthday.
Yi has been given recitals at Shanghai Symphony Hall, Shanghai Concert Hall,
Hangzhou Grand Theater, Seully Hall in Boston, Voertman Hall in Texas, Griffin
Concert Hall in Colorado and Kleines Studio in Salzburg. Yi had masterclass
experiences with great musicians including Alan L. Smith, Andrew Harley,
Arnaldo Cohen, Jean Barr, Jonathan Bass, Joseph Banowetz, Judith Gordon,
New Zealand String Quartet, Kemal Gekic, Michael Chertock, Oleg Marshev, and