Tian Ying Ying is an ideal Rachmaninoff pianist, an imaginative storyteller and landscape painter, tireless, passionate and tasteful. And in Tian Ying http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Tian Ying, Piano where he was a Presidential Scholar and a student of the celebrated pianist Russell Sherman. Starting Fall 1999, Tian Ying will be the Visiting http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
TIAN YING TIAN YING The deceptive transparency of this rondo offers the pianist no place to hide. http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Herald.com 09/14/2003 Pianist To Play On UM Campus Pianist to play on UM campus. Pianist Tian Ying will perform with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra at 8 p.m. Saturday at Gusman Concert http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
November Concert - Classical Music Series The brilliant Shanghaiborn pianist Tian Ying returns to the stage of the Paramount to perform Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Collage (January 25 - January 31, 1996) For the first concert in November, Chinese pianist Tian Ying came billed by legendary piano teacher Russell Sherman as "being not one of those http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Tian Ying In the first major piano recital of the season, tian ying set the bar ying is an ideal Rachmaninoff pianist, an imaginative storyteller and landscape http://www.music.miami.edu/faculty/mkp/ying/
Extractions: If we are lucky others will play as well; no one is going to play better... Ying is an ideal Rachmaninoff pianist, an imaginative storyteller and landscape painter, tireless, passionate - and tasteful. And in Tian Ying's hands, a black box filled with hammers and strings become a treasure hoard of glints and colors." "Perfection is an elusive goal in music - insight, intent, and realization become one, just for now, and that's what Tian Ying at his best achieved!" THE ARIZONA DAILY STAR "This was mesmerizing, poetic, unforgettable musicianship." THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER "Mr. Ying's exquisite exploration of the piano produced some of the most beautiful playing..." FANFARE "For even more impressive than his technique is the quality of interpretations, which steadfastly refuse to fall into any stylistic niche. On one hand, his playing is often modernistically sharp, even biting. One the other hand, his pearly legato and artfully sculpted dynamics can seduce your ear. What remains absolutely consistent from beginning to end, though, is the freshness of his musical vision."
Festival Miami Photo Gallery Diane De Vries Ashley, Sr. VPBank of America Private Banking with her husband,Bill Ashle. y Paul Yelin with Dean William Hipp and pianist, tian ying. http://www.music.miami.edu/festivalmiami/photogallery/
Foundation pianist tian ying at Jordan Hall. Michael Minning of the Boston Globe titled hisreview as pianist tian ying shows stunning artistry at Jordan Hall He http://www.chineseperformingarts.net/about_us.htm
Extractions: www.ChinesePerformingArts.net The Foundation for Chinese Performing Arts, is a non-profit organization registered in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in January, 1989. The main objectives of the Foundation are: * To enhance the understanding and the appreciation of Eastern heritage through music and performing arts. * To increase the visibility of Chinese music and performing arts through performances. * To stimulate the research of Chinese music and performing arts. * To provide opportunities and assistance to young artists. AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS The Foundation held its official opening ceremony on September 23, 1989, at the Rivers School in Weston. Professor Chou Wen-Chung of Columbia University lectured on the late Alexander Tcherepnin and his contribution in promoting Chinese music. The Tcherepnin Society, represented by the late Madame Ming Tcherepnin , an Honorable Board Member of the Foundation, donated to the Harvard Yenching Library a set of original musical manuscripts composed by Alexander Tcherepnin and his student, Chiang Wen-Yeh.
TIAN YING Born in Shanghai, tian ying made his first public appearance with the The deceptive transparency of this rondo offers the pianist no place to hide. http://arizonachambermusic.org/TianCD.html
Extractions: TIAN YING MOZART: Rondo in A Minor, K.511 CHOPIN: Fantasy in F Minor, Opus 49 RACHMANINOV: Variations on a Theme of Corelli, Opus 42 RAVEL: Gaspard de la Nuit (with poems) SCHUMANN: Toccata, Opus 7 Born in Shanghai, Tian Ying made his first public appearance with the Shanghai Symphony at age l0. His U.S. training includes studies at Interlochen Arts Academy and the New England Conservatory of Music where as Charlotte F. Rabb Presidential Scholar he studied with Russell Sherman. Since them he has conducted numerous master classes in universities and colleges, and has performed recitals on three continents. Mr. Ying has drawn widespread enthusiasm from both concert audiences and critics since capturing honors in the 8th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in l989. Of his performances there Lesley Valdes of The Philadelphia Inquirer wrote "Mr. Ying's exquisite exploration of piano sonorities produced some of the most beautiful playing at the Competition." Mr. Ying's Bank of Boston Celebrity Series recital in l993 won effusive praise from Richard Dyer of The Boston Globe, who wrote that Mr. Ying "boasts a fabulous technique...an unusually poetic imagination." And the London Times commented that a recent performance "was the most fascinating experience." Mr. Ying is represented by John Gingrich Management Inc., P. O. Box 1515, NYC l0023
Extractions: The Arizona Daily Star You've probably never heard of Markus Pawlik. But he's doing his best to change that - and against unbelievable odds. The German pianist, who tomorrow performs at the Leo Rich Theatre, belongs to an ever-increasing pool of talented recitalists for whom just surviving in music is an accomplishment. At 31, Pawlik faces an all-too-typical challenge: how to sustain a career beyond the initial momentum supplied by a couple of big competition wins. It is a daunting task. ``What do you do?'' Pawlik said. ``You try to get as many supporters as possible. It's always up and down.'' Specifically, you (or your management) pester presenters, conductors - anyone with the clout to give you a chance. Maybe, an influential teacher might put a word in for you. Piano and Friends, designed expressly to expose young and emerging talent, routinely relies on recommendations of established pianists such as Russell Sherman, a New England Conservatory professor who taught at the University of Arizona in the 1960s.
Stage pianist ying tian. Shanghai Symphony Orchestra will present a concert with ChineseAmerican pianist ying tian at the Shanghai Concert Hall tomorrow. http://app1.chinadaily.com.cn/star/2001/0111/wh-stage.html
Keyboards A widely respected pianist, he brings to bear upon his playing the weight of tian ying, piano tian ying Born in Shanghai, tian ying took honors at the http://www.gingarts.com/keyboards.htm
Extractions: Keyboards Anton Nel Anton Nel is the winner of the 1987 Naumburg and 1986 Joanna Hodges International Piano Competitions, and has frequently appeared with orchestras and as a recitalist since his debut at the age of 12 in Beethoven's First Piano Concerto after only two years of study. Summer festival highlights include Mostly Mozart, Ravinia (with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra), San Francisco Symphony at Stern Grove and repeated engagements at the Aspen, Vancouver and Seattle music festivals. He has collaborated with many distinguished artists, including members of the Cleveland Quartet, William Sharp and Zara Nelsova, and released three albums. He has served on the faculties of the Eastman School and the University of Michigan and is now in residence at the University of Texas. http://www.antonnel.com Minoru Nojima Japans leading pianist, Minoru Nojima took the silver medal in the Third Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. Mr. Nojima has performed with the Montreal and Dallas symphonies, and given recitals in New York, Boston, Washington DC, Chicago, Los Angeles and many others throughout America, Canada and Japan. He has two extremely well-reviewed discs to his credit on Reference Recordings: Minoru Nojima Plays Liszt and Minoru Nojima Plays Ravel.
JOHN GINGRICH MANAGEMENT NEWSLETTER tian ying returns to Shanghai after 18 years. pianist tian ying joined the ShanghaiBroadcasting Symphony Orchestra for the celebration of the 2nd http://www.gingarts.com/novnews.htm
Extractions: contact us Dizzy Gillespie Alumni All-Stars join roster Renowned jazz artists honor the legendary trumpeters legacy with solo shows and orchestra charts. Summer and fall 2000 highlights include a week at New Yorks Blue Note and concerts at Tanglewood and Clevelands Severance Hall. Gillespie colleagues Jon Faddis (trumpet), James Moody (sax and flute), John Lee (bass), and Slide Hampton (trombone) are among the participating luminaries. Cindy Wu succeeds David Ezer as our new associate John Gingrich Management had its own personnel change after David Ezers decision to pursue his MBA. Cindy Wu, a recent graduate of Peabody Conservatory with a Masters degree in piano performance and pedagogy, is the new associate. You can contact her at email@example.com Angeles String Quartet Haydn project finally sees the light of day! Philips just announced the U.K. release date for the Angeles String Quartets complete Haydn String Quartets . This ambitious 21 CD-set will be released this November. Check back frequently for the US release date. Arianna String Quartet moves its home The Arianna String Quartet has moved from Michigan to Missouri to be artist-teacher and string quartet in residence at University of Missouri at St. Louis. The quartet will maintain its connection to Eastern Michigan University and will return for three concerts and other activities. Tour performances are planned for January and February in Utah, California, Michigan, and West Virginia.
Welcome To Piano.com Ma, Yin provides information on the Chinese pianist. ying, tian - includesbio, repertoire, photos, reviews, and sound files for the Shanghai-born http://www.piano.com/pianist/pianist_classical.cfm