Woranan Music School

Suthep Road, behind University
50200 Suthep Chiang Mai, Thailand
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Music school situated behind the Chiang Mai University, on Suthep Road.

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By Mongkol Chayasirisobhon
On Jul 30, 2011
Concert publicity /Trumpet and Piano Duo Recital in Chiangmai Please call K. Mongkol for your advance booking or see you at the door at AUA Language Center Chiangmai at 6:30 p.m. Trumpet and Piano Duo Recital On Monday, August 1st, 2011 at 7 p.m. at AUA Language Center Chiangmai on 73 Rajadamnern Road, Ampur Muang, Chiang Mai D & M Music Studio in cooperation with AUA Language Center Chiangmai is pleased to present Trumpet and Piano Duo Recital by Charles Saenz and Solungga Fang-Tzu Liu from USA. Charles Saenz , Associate Professor (trumpet) and Music Performance Studies, at Bowling Green State University . Coordinator of brass/percussion; joined the BGSU faculty in fall 2001; holds a bachelor’s from New Mexico State University, a master’s in trumpet from the University of Illinois; prior to coming to BGSU he was a member of the faculty at the University of Nebraska at Omaha; has performed with the Illinois Symphony, the Urbana-Champaign Symphony, the Sinfonia da Camera, the Prairie Ensemble, the Illinois Brass Quintet, the Nebraska Brass Quintet, the Omaha Big Band and the Toledo Jazz Orchestra; has appeared as a soloist at the Nebraska Music Educators Convention with the Nebraska Wind Symphony, the Nebraska Choral Arts Society and various high school concert and jazz bands throughout the Midwest; performances at music festivals including the Society of Composers Inc. National Convention and the Bang On A Can new music festival at Lincoln Center; principal trumpet teachers include Michael Ewald, Ken Van Winkle, Darryl White and Tom Wirtel; recipient of various awards including first prize in the 1994 International Trumpet Guild Solo Competition; artist/clinician for Ewards Trumpets; director of the BGSU Trumpet Ensemble. Dr. Solungga Fang-Tzu Liu, Piano With a wide-ranging repertoire, Solungga Fang-Tzu Liu has enjoyed an active role at solo and collaborative venues throughout Asia and North America. A dedicated performer of new music, Ms. Liu has performed and recorded music by many composers of our time, including the Lutoslawski Piano Concerto with Ossia, Steve Reich’s The Desert Music and Tehillim with Alarm Will Sound, and Meandering River for solo piano by Robert Morris (which is dedicated to her). With AWS Ms. Liu has recorded two CDs of Reich’s major works on Nonesuch and Cantaloupe Records, and a subsequent recording of Meandering River has been released by Albany Records. In addition, Ms. Liu has released a CD of solo piano music by Charles Tomlinson Griffes in 2010 through Centaur Records. Hailed as a “formidable presence on the recital stage” and as “playing with dexterity, verve and great conviction”, Ms. Liu has concertized extensively during the past several years. Her recent performances include the Prokofiev Third Piano Concerto with the Bowling Green Philharmonia, recitals and chamber music collaborations at Taiwan’s National Concert Hall, the Goethe Center in Bangkok, Thailand, a recital with Paul Merkelo, Principal Trumpet of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra and concert with new music ensemble Open Gate at Carnegie Hall. Her upcoming performances include concerts with BGSU trumpet professor Charles Saenz at the Fifth China International Trumpet Festival in Shenyang, China and the premiere of Gregory Mertl’s Concerto for Piano and Wind Symphony with the University of Minnesota. This concerto is commissioned by the Barlow endowment. Born in Taipei, Taiwan, Ms. Liu holds a doctoral degree in piano performance from the Eastman School of Music. She has been a faculty member at Bowling Green State University since September 2008. She has given master classes at conservatories in China, Taiwan, Singapore, Thailand, Canada and the US and has been invited to adjudicate the 2011 International Mozart Competition in Bangkok, Thailand. Programme Sonata G1, for piccolo trumpet by Giuseppe Torelli (1658-1709), Legende for trumpet and piano by Georges Enesco (1881-1955), Ballade, Op. 6 for solo piano by Amy Beach (1867-1944), Piece en Forme de Habanera for trumpet and piano by Maurice Ravel (1875-1937) , Sonata for Trumpet and Piano by Eric Ewazen (b. 1954), A la Albeniz for trumpet and piano by Rodion Shchedrin (b. 1932) Tickets are priced at 300 and 200 Baht and are available at the door or call Khun Mongkol at 081-682-8000 for more information