Together, in the informal setting of the 19th century European Salon, we will explore familiar and unfamiliar pieces. This odyssey will be open to audience commentary and sharing ideas with the pianists in both Myanmar and English languages.
Ying Hua Huang on the piano, well known to our regular visitors to the Rose Garden Piano salon, is a pianist from Taiwan. She has been focusing on contemporary music and cooperating with different kind of musicians, and has performed in Taiwan, Russia, France, UK, China, and Myanmar. Ms. Huang has worked under Victor Karpovich Merzhanov, Shan-Shan Wang, Ru-Xing Huang, Hsing-Chwen Giselle Hsin, Lynn Raley, and David Owen Norris’ guidance. She holds a B.A. from National Taiwan University of Arts, and a M.M. from National Chiao Tung University.
1. C. M. von Weber: Aufforderung zum Tanz (Invitation to the Dance), Op. 65, for piano 4 hands, edt. H. Lauterbach
2. C. Saint-Saëns: Danse macabre, Symphonic Poem in g minor,Op. 40, for piano 4 hands, Arr. E. Guiraud
3. G.Fauré: Pavane, Op.50, for piano solo, arr. N. Daily
4. Tyzen HSIAO: Festival, Op. 50, piano 4 hands
5. A. Piazzolla: Four Seasons “Spring”, for piano 4 hands, arr. P. Petrof
All that Jazz!
Gisela Pinto Zincone, is a Brazilian piano player and composer. She started her studies of classical piano in Brazil as a child. As a young adult she moved to New York City and studied jazz piano and scat singing at City College of New York. Back in Brazil she formed a girls band named Afrodite se Quiser. The band recorded two albuns and had a hit song on the top 40`s chart of Brazil. Since then, she has become a book publisher, publishing sheet music and text books.
1 Samba do avião – Antonio Carlos Jobim
2 Deixa estar – Gisela Zincone
3 Tive sim – Cartola
4 Fotografia – Antonio Carlos Jobim
5 Corcovado – Antonio Carlos Jobim
6 Garota de Ipanema – Antonio Carlos Jobim e Vinicius de Moraes
7 Mas que nada – Jorge Benjor
8 Canon Jazz, for piano 4 hands
& special guests:
Ningru Sut Seng Du
Darli Khin Zaw
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