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Johann Sebastian Bach: Sonate #2 in A minor, BWV 1003
Grave - Fuga - Andante - Allegro
Fritz Kreisler: Recitativo & Scherzo, opus 6
Ernest Bloch: Suite #1 (1958)
Prelude - Andante tranquillo
Allegro - Andante - Allegro energico
Fanny Tran: Petite Musique Spatiale
Eugène Ysaÿe: Sonate #6 in E major, opus 27
Allegro giusto non troppo vivo
Allegretto poco scherzando
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Christopher Wang, American violinist and musicologist of Chinese descent,
was born in Taipei, Taiwan.
He began learning the violin at the age of four and gave his first public concert at the age of six.
Wang has performed on numerous concert stages of the world including appearances in New York City at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Weill Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, Flushing Town Hall, LeFrak Concert Hall, Frederick Loewe Theatre, and Concert Auditorium at Museum of the City in New York;
Aspen Music Festival's Starling Recital Series in Colorado,
Salzburger Schlosskonzerte in Austria,
Philomuses Music Festival and Festival Musique au Marais in Paris, France,
National Concert Hall in Taipei, Taiwan,
Engelsholm Manor Concert Series in Denmark,
Saint Mark’s Music Festival in Florence, Italy, and
Salle Casino Theatre Concert Hall in Geneva, Switzerland, among others.
His performances with orchestras include appearances with the Oregon Symphony in Portland, the Queens Symphony Orchestra in New York City, the North Carolina Symphony in Greensboro, State Philharmonie Orchestra of Oradea in Romania, and the Broadway Symphony and Seattle Philharmonic in Seattle, among others.
Being a scholar of Baroque music and a champion of contemporary music, he has collaborated with many eminent artists in classical, modern, and folk music.
Wang's teachers include: Joseph Swensen, Zakhar Bron, Dorothy DeLay, Naoko Tanaka, Margaret Pressley, Walther Schwede, Cho-Liang Lin, Stephanie Chase and Robert Lipsett, his mentors include Ken Boxley, Peter Bloch, Raymond Erickson, Joseph Swensen and Kurt Weishaupt, and he is under the auspices of benefactors Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Weishaupt.
He is a recording artist for Finningham Records in Brussels, for whom he has recorded solo violin works by living Belgian composer Fanny Tran, and is also a concert artist on the roster of Kuenstleragentur Hollaender-Calix International Artists Agency in Vienna.
Christopher Wang plays a Giovanni Longiaru, dated 1929.
Please, visit http://www.christopherwang.net
Snippet from F. Tran
Snippet from Ch. Ives & Ravel's "Blues"
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