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Taiwanese-American pianist marks the two pianist bi-centenaries at Old Saint Paul’s

By , 06/07/2010

Schumann's Kreisleriana was the centrepiece of this interesting concert by a pianist unknown to everyone there, I imagine. Of Taiwanese origin, Ya-Ting Liou's abbreviated CV discloses connections with Canada, the United States, and Argentina; she currently teaches at the University of Missouri in Kansas City.

She opened with an arrangement of Bach's 'Sheep May Safely Graze', sounding slightly ill-at-ease, and Chopin's second Ballade... read more

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