24 Hours SCHUBERT - 【Selected Chamber Music】String Quintet in C Major
F. SCHUBERT: String Quintet in C Major, D. 956
Violin｜LIN Yi-hsin, HU Ting-hsuan
Cello｜HANG Chi-yi, CHEN Yu-han
He studied in DunHua Elementary School, Ren Ai Junior High School, High School of Normal University, National Taipei University of the Arts, National Taipei University of the Arts Institute of Orchestral Instruments School of Music, majoring in violin. He studied with SU Shien-ta, Prof. He joined the Taiwan Connection in 2007 and formed the Artrich String Quartet in 2013. He is currently a first violinist of Taipei Symphony Orchestra.
HU Ting-hsuan, violinist, is the incumbent assistant concertmaster of Taipei Symphony Orchestra. She had been an acting member at Staatskapelle Dresden and Münchner Rundfunkorchester, and an official member at Robert-Schumann-Philharmonie Chemnitz. She studied with LIN Chia-rung, Prof. SU Shien-ta, Prof. Thomas Christian, Prof. Ivan Zenaty. Master's degrees at Taipei National University of the Arts, Meisterklasse at Hochschule für Musik Dresden, Germany. Member of Artrich String Quartet.
TSAI Hsien-hsiu has accomplished the Master degree from New England Conservatory under Prof. Dimitri Murrath. He also holds the Bachelor degree from Taipei National University of the Arts under Prof. CHAO Yi-wen and Prof. HO Chun-heng. Mr. TSAI currently serves as a faculty of Tunghai University in the viola and chamber music departments. He has also been the violist of Taipei Symphony Orchestra and the violist of ensemble-in-residence at Taipei National University of the Arts.
Cello｜CHANG Chi-yi Chang
She studied in Guangfu Elementary School, Shuang Shih Junior High School, Taichung Second Senior High School, National Taipei University of the Arts, National Taipei University of the Arts Institute of Orchestral Instruments School of Music, majoring in cello. She studied with LIU Chu-chuan, Prof. She joined the Taiwan Connection in 2007 and formed the Artrich String Quartet in 2013. She is currently a general assistant in the Music Department of National Taipei University of the Arts.
Taiwanese Cellist CHEN Yu-han, whose numerous awards including the Golden Melody Awards for best performance, the Chimei Arts Award, CDA Symphony Young Artist Competition 1st Prize and OSAKA International Music Competition Espoir Prize. Yu-han holds a Doctor of Musical Arts from National Taiwan Normal University and Master of Music from Mannes School of Music. He maintains an ongoing cellist, and has been actively giving recitals at the National Concert Hall in Taiwan.
Duration is 50 minutes
Venue: Recital Hall