Pianist Sylvia Wang [Provided to InKunming]
Violinist Sylvia Wang [Provided to InKunming]
[InKunming--Kunming] Two Chinese American musicians Elizabeth Chang and Sylvia Wang will give a "A Woman is a Sometime Thing" concert in Kunming on November 20. Both of the two musicians who have abundant culture backgrounds and international performance experience are to present first-class live show to audience.
Elizabeth Chang , graduated from Harvard University , is a violinist. She had played music, attended concerts in over 20 countries in the world. During her music playing career, she had cooperated with several musicians such as Bernard Greenhouse, Paul Neubauer, Anne-Marie McDermott, Aaron Rosand, etc..
Pianist Sylvia Wang got music education respectively in Malaysia, England and America. She made tour performances in the U.S., Australia, Argentina and many other countries. She took part in music recordings including Newport Classic, CRI, Boston Records, and Northeastern labels before.
Elizabeth Chang and Sylvia Wang concentrate on coordination of sonata duet when holding a concert. They know how to adjust music playing skills with each other for performing high quality music. They also know ways to motivate audience’s passion during the concert.
InKunming readers booking tickets from Kunming Theatre on site could enjoy a discount of 10% for each ticket.
1. Mozart: Sonata in E minor for Piano and Violin, K. 304
2. Beethoven: Sonata in A for Piano and Violin "Kreutzer", Op. 47
3. Franck: Sonata in A for Violin and Piano
4. Gershwin, arr. Heifetz: Three Preludes for Piano
5. Summertime and A Woman is a Sometime Thing from Porgy and Bess
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(Editors: Cathy Chen, Tracy)