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密歇根州立大学钢琴副教授 Zhihua Tang

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与兰乔圣菲文化平台合作的密歇根州立大学钢琴副教授 Zhihua Tang

密歇根州立大学协作钢琴副教授。她长期活跃在世界古典音乐舞台上,并且她精湛和深远的钢琴演奏技巧获得了无数称赞。在过去这么多年里,她曾经和当今世界上很多著名音乐家有过合作:小提琴家Joshua Bell、Shmuel Ashkenasi、Yuval Yaron、Robert Chen、 Yoonshin Song、 Emmanuelle Boisvert、 Yuan-Qing Yu;大提琴家Robert deMaine、Haiye Ni;中提琴家Mahoko Eguchi;长笛演奏家 Maxim Rubtsov、Jeff Zook;低音提琴演奏家Alexander Hanna;双簧管演奏家Dwight Parry。她的室内乐合作人则囊括了很多大型管弦乐团首席演奏家们,比如纽约爱乐乐团、俄国国家管弦乐团、洛杉矶爱乐乐团以及芝加哥、费城、辛辛那提、底特律、达拉斯、国家交响乐团等。2011年起,她经常参演底特律交响乐团的系列音乐会。2013年5月,她跟随底特律交响乐团,在指挥家Leonard Slatkin执棒下,作为卡内基音乐厅年度春季音乐节的一份子参演。
 
她曾经是众多国际大赛的头奖获得者,比如孟菲斯贝多芬奏鸣曲比赛、美国音乐教师协会大学艺术家比赛美国中部赛区、芝加哥肖邦比赛等。她还曾获得第十二届华沙肖邦国际比赛优秀奖。作为一名协奏曲独奏家,她曾经和各大洲的众多管弦乐团合作,包括底特律市民管弦乐团、芝加哥小交响乐团、印第安纳大学爱乐乐团、上海芭蕾舞乐团以及上海音乐学院交响乐团。2013年,底特律WRCJ电台全程直播了她与底特律市民管弦乐团在底特律交响乐厅合作演奏的贝多芬协奏曲“Emperor” 。作为一名独奏家,她的演奏足迹遍布全球,包括欧洲、美国以及亚洲的大型音乐表演场所,比如维也纳Bösendorfer Hall、安娜堡拉克姆音乐厅、底特律管弦音乐厅、北京中山音乐厅以及上海商城剧院。
 
她曾经任教于艾尔玛学院、中央密歇根大学、 东密歇根大学、北达科塔大学以及博林格林州立大学夏令营。作为一名地区热衷于音乐传播的教育者,她曾经在底特律市民青年合奏团担任室内乐教练,该合奏团是美国主要的青年音乐组织之一。她还频繁地被邀请在美国和中国演出和举行大师班。
 
上海人,5岁开始跟随他的父亲学习钢琴。后来考上上海音乐学院,就读期间获得了 Fei Minyi助学金和Shen Xingong奖学金。在Menahem Pressler奖学金的资助下,她赴美国印第安纳大学修习音乐硕士学位,后来又在密歇根州立大学音乐学院获得音乐艺术博士学位,师从Deborah Moriarty。她也曾和一些著名的教育家们合作过,包括Paul-Badura Skoda、Russell Sherman、Joseph Kalichstein、John Perry、Anton Kuerti、Martin Katz、Janos Starker、Elly Ameling以及Pamela Frank。另外,她还曾参加过阿斯本音乐节、班芙音乐节、奥福德音乐中心以及吉尔莫钢琴音乐节。


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Zhihua Tang is an assistant professor in collaborative piano at the Michigan State University College of Music.
 
She has enjoyed an active performing career around the world and has been praised for her extraordinary versatility and profound artistry on the piano. Over the years, she has collaborated with some of today’s leading musicians: violinists Joshua Bell, Shmuel Ashkenasi, Yuval Yaron, Robert Chen, Yoonshin Song, Emmanuelle Boisvert, and Yuan-Qing Yu, cellists Robert deMaine and Haiye Ni, violist Mahoko Eguchi, flutists Maxim Rubtsov and Jeff Zook, bassist Alexander Hanna, and oboist Dwight Parry. Her chamber music partners have included numerous principal players from many major orchestras, such as New York Philharmonic, Russian National Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, and symphony orchestras of Chicago, Philadelphia, Cincinnati, National, Detroit, and Dallas, among others. Since 2011, she has performed frequently with Detroit Symphony Orchestra in many of its concert series. In May 2013, she appeared in Carnegie Hall with the DSO under Leonard Slatkin as part of Carnegie Hall’s annual Spring for Music Festival.
 
Tang was the top prize winner of the Beethoven Sonata Competition in Memphis, Tennessee, the Central Division of the MTNA Collegiate Artist Competition, and the Chopin Competition in Chicago. She has also received an honorable mention at the XII International Chopin Competition in Warsaw, Poland. As a concerto soloist, she has performed with many orchestras on different continents, including Detroit Civic Orchestra, Chicago Sinfonietta, Indiana University Philharmonic Orchestra, Shanghai Ballet Orchestra, and Shanghai Conservatory of Music Symphony Orchestra. In 2013, her performance of the Beethoven “Emperor” concerto with Detroit Civic Orchestra at Detroit Orchestra Hall was broadcast live on the Detroit WRCJ radio station. As a recitalist, she has performed extensively across Europe, the U.S., and Asia in major music venues such as Bösendorfer Hall in Vienna, Rackham Hall in Ann Arbor, Detroit Orchestra Hall, Beijing Zhongshan Music Hall, and the Shanghai Centre Theatre.
 
She has held teaching positions at Alma College, Central Michigan University, Eastern Michigan University, University of North Dakota, and Summer Music Camp at Bowling Green State University. As an avid advocate for music in the community, she has worked as a chamber music coach in the Detroit Civic Youth Ensemble, one of the premier youth music organizations in the country. She has been frequently invited to give performances and master classes throughout the United States and China.
 
A native of Shanghai, China, Tang began her piano studies at the age of five with her father. She attended the Shanghai Conservatory, where she was a recipient of the Fei Minyi Fellowship and the Shen Xingong Scholarship. She received her Master of Music degree from Indiana University as a scholarship student of Menahem Pressler. She later completed her DMA degree from the Michigan State University College of Music under the tutelage of Deborah Moriarty. She has also worked with some of the most important pedagogues including Paul-Badura Skoda, Russell Sherman, Joseph Kalichstein, John Perry, Anton Kuerti, Martin Katz, Janos Starker, Elly Ameling, and Pamela Frank. Additionally, she has participated in the Aspen Music Festival, the Banff Music Festival, the Orford Music Center, and the Gilmore Piano Festival.
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