International Bach Competition win Reply

Freshman Jennifer N. Campbell received the first prize in the Well-Tempered Clavier category of the second Rosalyn Tureck International Bach Competition for Young Pianists at Lincoln Center in New York on Oct. 8-11. She was also awarded the Overall Prize for the Best Performance of a Contemporary Work, performing David Auldon Brown’s Piano Sonata No. 1.

Young-Ah Tak Reply

DMA student Young-Ah Tak will be performing Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No.1 with the Imperial Symphony Orchestra on November 9th at the Lakeland Center in Lakeland, Fla. In June 2010, Young-Ah served as a judge for the Lee University Piano Competition in Tennessee and gave a master class at Lee University. She currently serves as an assistant professor of piano at Southeastern University in Florida as she continues to complete her doctoral studies with Leon Fleisher.

Visit to Shanghai Conservatory Reply

Boris Slutsky visited Shanghai Conservatory in May with fellow faculty artists Victoria Chiang,  Alan Stepansky, Keng-Yuen Tseng, and Peabody Director Jeffrey Sharkey. The group also included GPD candidates Hana Morford, viola, and Julie Ahn, violin; AD candidate Marie-Eve Poupart, violin; and alumnae Kathryn Kilian (BM ’10, Violin) and Jiaying Joanna Wang (BM ’10, Violin). They performed at the Conservatory and in the Shanghai Concert Hall, where the concert was televised throughout Shanghai city area and later throughout China.