24 Hours SCHUBERT - 【Selected Chamber Music】F. SCHUBERT: Auf dem Storm for Tenor, Horn, and Piano, D. 943
F. SCHUBERT: Auf dem Storm for Tenor, Horn, and Piano, D. 943
F. SCHUBERT: Piano Quintet in A Major D. 667 Trout
Piano｜Grace CHUNG, SU Hsiu-wen
Double Bass｜CHIU Yi-hsuan
Claude LIN holds a lieder concert to showcase his noble bel-canto singing skills with renditions of operatic classic as well as new lieder compositions written in Chinese. In 2020, his solo album Hiya O Haiyan! sing! was nominated for Best Vocal performance at the 31st Golden Melody Award for Traditional Arts and Music. In 2021, he played the male lead, Alfredo Germont at Weiwuying Opera House.
Tina SU is Associate Professor of Horn at National Taiwan Normal University. Before joining NTNU faculty in 2020, Tina was Professor of Horn at University of Northern Iowa (2006-2020) and third horn of the Taipei Symphony Orchestra (2000-2006). Tina received her Doctorate of Musical Arts degree from State University of New York at Stony Brook and her Masters of Music degree from the Juilliard School studying with William Purvis. She earned her Bachelors of Music degree from the Eastman School of Music where she was awarded the Performer's Certificate under the tutelage of horn pedagogue Verne Reynolds.
Pianist Grace CHUNG began her studies in the United States after winning Taiwan's National Piano Competition and made her debut as a soloist with the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra in Jordon Hall at age 16. Ms. CHUNG graduated from the Curtis Institute of Music (BM), The Juilliard School (MM), and Rutgers University (DMA). Her major teachers include Wha Kyung Byun, Seymour Lipkin, Jerome Lowenthal, and Susan Starr. Ms. Chung is currently full time Professor of Piano at the Tainan National University of the Arts.
SU Hsiu-wen received a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Piano Performance from the University of Texas at Austin, where she studied with Gregory Allen and was a scholarship recipient. As an active solo and collaborative artist, Dr. SU has performed in several cities in the U.S. and Europe. Dr. SU is an assistant professor in the music department of National Pingtung University in Taiwan.
LEE Ssu-wei has received a Konzertexam Diploma with distinction from Hochschule für Musik Saarbrücken in Germany, a master's degree from Hochschule für Musik und Theater München. Mr. LEE has served as concertmaster in major international festivals such as Pacific Music Festival in Japan and Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival in Germany. He is also the prize winner of the 20th Walter-Gieseking Wettbewerb in Saarbrücken. Since 2018, Mr. LEE regularly appears with Ensemble Les Dissonances in Paris, France.
LIN Chieh-yu is a violist with Masters of Music degree from Le CNSM de Paris. In 2007 she was the winner of Concours National des Jeunes Altistes, and was selected for ARD and Max Rostal International Competition. She has collaborated regularly with TC Connection, Counterpoint Ensemble.
HUANG Tzu-wei has received his Master of Music from The Juilliard School under the tutelage of Richard Aaron. He is currently studying with Julia Lichten, pursuing his Doctoral of Musical Art at Manhattan School of Music. He was also invited to music festivals including Music Academy of the West, the Bowdoin International Music Festival, and Taipei Music Academy & Festival. Starting 2021, he serves as cello principal of Counterpoint Ensemble and a member of Taiwan Connection.
Double Bass｜CHIU Yi-hsuan
Bassist CHIU Yi-hsuan has received her Konzertexamen Solo Diploma with distinction from Hochschule für Musik Saarbrücken in Germany, Master and Bachelor degrees from The Juilliard School in New York City as a Kovner Fellow. She was also the recipient of Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival Fellowship as well as Aspen Music Festival Double bass Fellowship. Yi Hsuan has performed with hr-Sinfonieorchester (Frankfurt Radio Symphony) as 2-year Academy player as well as TC Chamber Orchestra as principal bassist.
Duration is 45 minutes
Venue: Recital Hall