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Sounds Like: Ravi Shankar, Naseer Shamma, Jacqueline du Pré, Ballaké Sissoko, Vladimir Horowitz
Manager: Philmultic Management & Productions Inc.
Bio: As a child prodigy in her native China, now a resident of Canada, Liu Fang has been regarded as one of the most eminent pipa soloists. She is also excellent performer on the Chinese zither Guzheng. Her talent crosses all boundaries, linguistic and cultural. She has performed numerous concerts thr... See Full BioMore Info
Liu Fang solo concert at the Toronto Summer Music Festival. Detailed information: http://www.torontosummermusic.com/index.php/festival-tickets/olg-shuffle-concerts/july-30-liu-fang/
24 janvier 2013 Parfums d'Asie Série Grands concerts à Longueuil Jin-Hyoun Baek, chef d'orchestre Liu Fang, pipa Date: jeudi, le 24 janvier 2013 Lieu : Théâtre de la Ville Salle : Salle Pratt & Whitney Canada Adresse : 150, rue de Gentilly Est, Longueuil Heure : 20 h Billetterie : 450 670-1616 Coût des billets : 55 $ (régulier) - 25 $ (étudiant/strapontin) (Taxes incluses, frais de service non inclus) Information: http://www.osdl.ca/index.php
CLOSE ENCOUNTERS WITH MUSIC TRADE WINDS: FROM CHINA WITH LOVE Wednesday, December 12, 7:30 p.m. Liu Fang, Pipa and Guzheng Emma Tahmizian, Piano Hagai Shaham, Violin Yehuda Hanani, Cello Tickets: $25/$35 Package $19/$29/$39 Single Package-Priced Tickets – Discounted seating when you purchase four or more Package-priced events in one order. Connect with Close Encounters with Music Close Encounters with Music is an enriching concert experience that brings together sublime chamber music, distinguished performers and insightful commentary. Putting the composers and their times in perspective, cellist and Artistic Director Yehuda Hanani introduces the program from the stage. Trade Winds: From China with Love explores the musical dialogue between East and West, with soloist "Queen of Pipa" Liu Fang performing traditional selections on the Chinese counterpart to the lute. She is joined by Yehuda Hanani for a premiere by Pulitzer Prize winner Zhou Long. Bulgarian pianist Emma Tahmizian plays Mother Goose and Leo Ornstein’s remarkable A la Chinoise, and Israeli violinist Hagai Shaham offers Kreisler’s Tambourin Chinois and Joseph Achron’s haunting Hebrew Melody. The program concludes with Ravel’s groundbreaking pentatonic-inflected Piano Trio. Brimming with ardor and ecstacy, it’s like a Picasso painting in music — the modern that returns to primitive. Free for Students! Free student tickets are now available for Trade Winds: From China with Love. Just present your valid student ID at our box office. One ticket per student ID. These performances are dedicated to the memory of David Forkosh, M.D. FMH Foundation Linda and Alan Englander Deborah and Richard Felder Artist: Close Encounters with Music Venue: Virginia G. Piper Theater/Seat Map Information: http://www.scottsdaleperformingarts.org/event.php?id=849
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