与兰乔圣菲文化平台合作的密歇根大学安娜堡分校钢琴系老师 Amy I. Cheng
生于台湾，曾在美国、德国、瑞士、丹麦、台湾、巴西、以色列等地参加多场音乐会及音乐节。《纽约音乐会评论》曾称赞其“可完全、自如把控键盘，技巧处理得轻巧、放松。”钢琴家Claude Frank评价她是“一位天才、敏感、想象力丰富、琴声令人沉醉”的钢琴家。WGBH、KCSC、WHYY、La Radio Suisse Romande-Espace 2(瑞士)、NPR in Houston等电台都多次播放过其现场表演录音。她曾在伊莎贝拉嘉纳艺术博物馆、纽约莫金音乐厅、卡内基音乐厅威尔演奏厅以及台北国家音乐厅等多地举办多个音乐会。她17岁在Benjamin Zhander指导下于乔丹音乐厅举办首演。历任莫斯科室内乐团、台中交响乐团、德州松林管弦乐团、俄克拉荷马市交响乐团等知名乐团协奏曲独奏家。
作为一名活跃的室内乐音乐家，她是俄克拉荷马“Brightmusic”协会联合艺术总监。该协会为非盈利组织，自2003年起，举办过多场室内乐音乐会。2012年五月该组织举办其第一场巴赫、勃拉姆斯春季音乐节，2012-13年间，迎来其10周年庆并举办第二届春季音乐节，主题为“舒伯特与朋友”。Amy同时也是美国梦想室内艺术家成员，她与其丈夫同时也是单簧管演奏家Chad Burrow组成“Duo Clarion”并在其中任钢琴家。他们还与小提琴家Yung-Hsiang Wang组成“Trio Solari”。2012年她曾与Wenzel Fuchs共同在IWWF 上演奏、以客座钢琴家的身份与美国室内乐演奏家巡演、与其乐团成员一起在各地巡演，同时也频繁出演Brightmusic室内乐系列。2009年任德国“Interharmony”国际音乐夏令营、2010-11年间任石英山音乐节教员。她曾是IDRS(2010、2011年)、IWWF(2001、2002、1012年)常驻钢琴家。此外，她还与Centaur、Albany 及Block M Record唱片公司合作，录制了包括Edward Knight、Laura Schwendinger、Stephen Rush、Adolphus Hailstork等作曲家的多首作品。
她曾师从Claude Frank、Wha-Kyung Byun、Rolf-Peter Wille，在柯蒂斯音乐学院荣获BM学位、耶鲁大学音乐学院荣获MM学位及艺术家文凭，在新英格兰音乐学院荣获DMA学位。在任教于密歇根大学之前，她曾于02-06年担任俄克拉荷马州立大学助理教授，06-09年期间任该校钢琴系主任。她目前是安娜堡表演艺术学院的老师，同时也是密歇根大学音乐戏剧舞蹈学院的合作艺术家，自2012年后任该学院钢琴系讲师。在该校，她多次参加师生演奏会、参与各类教师录音项目。
Amy I. Cheng
Lecturer of Piano
Born in Taiwan, pianist Amy I-Lin Cheng has appeared in recitals and music festivals across the United States, in Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, Taiwan, Brazil and Israel. She has been described by the New York Concert Review as a pianist whose “control of the keyboard is complete, technique easy and relaxed, with a wide range of touch.” Pianist Claude Frank describes her as “a brilliant, sensitive, imaginative and most beguiling pianist.” Amy’s live performances have been heard on WGBH, KCSC, WHYY, La Radio Suisse Romande-Espace 2, and NPR in Houston. As a recital soloist, Amy has concertized at venues such as the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Merkin Concert Hall in New York City, Weill Recital Hall in Carnegie Hall, and National Concert Hall in Taipei. Amy made her Boston concerto debut at the age of 17 at Jordan Hall under the direction of Benjamin Zhander. She has appeared as a concerto soloist with the 'Musica Viva' Moscow Chamber Orchestra, Taichung Philharmonic, Orchestra of the Pines in Texas and the Oklahoma City Philharmonic, among others.
An avid chamber musician, Amy is the co-Artistic Director of the Brightmusic Society of Oklahoma in Oklahoma City, a non-profit organization presenting chamber music concerts since 2003. Brightmusic celebrated its tenth Anniversary Season during 2012-13, concluding with its second Spring Festival "Schubert and Friends" Festival in May 2013. In June 2014, Brightmusic will present a festival of French music. In May 2012, Brightmusic launched its first Spring Festival with music of Bach and Brahms. Amy is an artist member of the America’s Dream Chamber Artists, as well as the pianist for Duo Clarion with husband/clarinetist Chad Burrow. The duo forms Trio Solari with violinist Yung-Hsiang Wang. Amy’s 2011-12 performances include a recital with Wenzel Fuchs during IWWF 2012, tours with the American Chamber Players as a guest pianist, Trio Solari, Duo Clarion, performances on Michigan Chamber Players concerts, and regular appearances on Brightmusic Chamber Music Series. Amy has been a faculty member at the 2009 Interharmony International Music Festival in Germany and 2010-11 Quartz Mountain Music Festival. A highly sought after collaborator, she has been a pianist in residence for IDRS 2010 and 2011, as well as IWWF 2012, 2001, and 2002. In addition, she has been part of many commissioning initiatives and has recorded several chamber music works by composers such as Edward Knight, Laura Schwendinger, Stephen Rush and Adolphus Hailstork on Centaur, Albany and the Block M Record.
A graduate of The Curtis Institute of Music (BM), Yale University School of Music (MM and Artist Diploma), and the New England Conservatory (DMA), her principal teachers are Claude Frank, Wha-Kyung Byun and Rolf-Peter Wille. Prior to coming to Ann Arbor, Amy was the Head of the Piano Area at Oklahoma City University Wanda L. Bass School of Music (06-09), and served as Assistant Professor of Piano at Oklahoma State University (02-06). Amy is currently on faculty at the Ann Arbor School for the Performing Arts and and has served as a collaborative pianist for the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance, where she has appeared on numerous faculty and student recitals, and featured on several faculty recording projects. Amy also holds a Lecturer in Piano position at the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance since Fall 2012.