Taiwan Academy Presents
NEW ASIA CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY
Sunday, November 15, 2015, 2:00 PM
TECO (1 East 42 Street, New York NY10017)
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Joaquín Turina (1882–1949): Piano Quartet, Op. 67
Gabriel Fauré (1845–1924): Piano Quartet No.2 in G minor, Op. 45
Johannes Brahms (1833–1897): Piano Quartet No. 3 in C minor, Op. 60
Tien-Hsin Cindy Wu, violin
Wei-Yang Andy Lin, viola
Nan-Cheng Chen, cello
Tzu-Yi Chen, piano
New Asia Chamber Music Society:
“...make music with sense of pleasure and spontaneity.”
“...comprised of many young and gifted players, is an impressively organized and professional group” – New York Concert Reviews
Propelled by a shared passion for classical chamber music and profound respect for the works written by the composers of our time, the New Asia Chamber Music Society was founded in 2010 by an idealistic group of young Asian-American virtuosi, graduated from America’s most prestigious music schools, including The Juilliard School and the Curtis Institute. Members of NACMS including Wei-Yang Andy Lin, Tien-Hsin Wu, Nan-Cheng Chen and Tzu-Yi Chen will perform in this concert. Based in New York City, NACMS is committed to bringing audiences exceptional performances of the finest works of chamber music, drawn from the canon of western music as well as contemporary Asian culture. This unusual young collective also seeks to reach out to its technologically-wired peers around the world, through the creation of innovative new work in future partnership with other arts organizations.
The New Asia Chamber Music Society gave their sold out inaugural performance at Carnegie’s Weill Recital Hall in 2011, and have since then performed throughout New York City at venues including Queens Museum, Flushing Town Hall, Sheraton Hotel, Taiwan Center, Chelsea Museum, Taipei Culture and Economic Center of New York and have recently returned to Carnegie’s Zankel Hall.