|Tuesday, November 19, 2019 at 6.00 PM|
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GetClassical In School presents: Pianist Ching-Yun Hu in concert and interview at the German Consulate General in NYC - Get Classical
When: Tuesday November 19th, 2019 at 6 PM (concert starts at 6.30 PM) please leave some time for security check
Where: German Consulate General
871 United Nations Plaza (1st.Avemue at 49th)
New York, NY 10017
The German Consulate General of New York presents the concert for GetClassical In School’s mission: Inspired by the German based Rhapsody in School initiative, GetClassical In School brings charismatic performing artists to New York classrooms. Sparking the imagination and priming young students’ ears to classical music – through an utmost personal encounter – the class is then invited to attend a concert performance by the artist.
Founded by music journalist and concert curator Ilona Oltuski, GetClassical In School brings the successful concept to New York City, and beyond. This event offers a platform to kick off GetClassical In School efforts in support of classical music appreciation, connecting participating artists and educators.
GetClassical proudly presents the gifted pianist, 2008 Rubinstein competition winner and PYPA Festival founder/artistic director Ching-Yun Hu in concert. Frank Mathis, chorus master and the FFRCC Children Choir. Featured onstage interview with Jonathan Eifert, PR., introducing the artist and her participation with GetClassical In School.
GetClassical In School presents: Pianist Ching-Yun Hu in concert and int...
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Ching-Yun Hu, pianist
Ching-Yun Hu Performs at the German Consulate General New York
You are cordially invited to attend my upcoming performance at the German Consulate General in New York as part of the GetClassical In School Gala Concert on November 19.
Hear the New York premiere of Jeremy Gill’s Fantasie-Transcription: Wie selig sind doch die, plus works by Schubert, Liszt, Schumann, Chopin, and Alkan. After the concert, join me for a Q&A, followed by a wine reception.
Where: German Consulate General New York; Otto-Carl-Kiep Auditorium (871 United Nations Plaza, New York, NY)
When: Tuesday, November 19, 2019
Doors open at 6pm. Concert begins at 6:30pm.
Artist interview on-stage after performance followed by a wine reception.
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JEREMY GILL Fantasie-Transcription: Wie selig sind doch die
(New York Premiere)
SCHUBERT/LISZT Auf dem Wasser zu Singen
ALKAN Le festin d'Ésope (Aesop's Feast), Op. 39, No. 12
CHOPIN Sonata No. 3 in B-flat minor, Op. 58
Ching-Yun Hu: Rachmaninoff, on Centaur Records
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Ching-Yun Hu at the piano
Curating Concerts in China
Similar to Carnegie Hall’s Perspectives series, I have been asked by Juooo Theater Company and additional organizations to curate concert series and perform at major venues across China. In 2020, I will perform in 30+ concerts at major venues including Beijing Concert Hall, Guangzhou Xinhai Concert Hall, and Taipei National Concert Hall. Other locations include Shanghai Concert Hall, Shenzhen Nanshan Arena Concert Hall, Xi'an Concert Hall, Chengdu Concert Hall, Lanzhou Concert Hall, and more. Details, dates, and repertoire are forthcoming on my website and social media.
Here's just a slice of the exciting upcoming performances of note in Europe and Asia during October and November:
Franz Liszt Foundation
Utrecht Conservatory of Music, Utrecht, The Netherlands
Brussels Piano Festival
Brussels Town Hall, Brussels, Belgium
Yumeria Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Duo concert with violinist Keiko Yanagitani
Yumeria Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Chopin Concerto No. 1 with NSO - Taiwan Philharmonia
Lu Shao-Chia, conductor
National Concert Hall, Taipei, Taiwan
About GetClassical In School
Inspired by the German-based Rhapsody in School initiative, GetClassical In School brings charismatic performing artists to New York City classrooms. Building on the momentum of that initial school visit, students are invited to attend a formal concert performance of their artist. The initiative is geared toward heightening the concert experience and leaving a lasting impression on students despite the lack of sufficient music education in schools and appreciation for classical culture.
GetClassical In School is supported by an artistic and pedagogical advisory board that includes the iconic pedagogue Gary Graffman, former President of the Curtis Institute of Music, Pierre van der Westhuizen, Director of Gilmore Keyboard Festival, and Gerard Schwarz, Artistic and Music Director of Palm Beach Symphony.
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Ching-Yun Hu, pianist
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