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Chia-Lin Yang and Mihyun Kim, piano


Sol Joseph Recital Hall
50 Oak Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
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Free, no tickets or reservations required

Works for Two Pianos


Carlos Guastavino
Tres Romances Argentinos for Two Pianos

Dmitri Shostakovich
Concertino for Two Pianos, Op. 94

Alexander Borodin (arr. Ann Pope)
Polovtsian Dances from “Prince Igor”

Sergei Rachmaninoff
Suite No. 1 (Fantaisie-Tableaux) for Two Pianos, Op. 5


Chia-Lin Yang, piano
Mihyun Kim, piano

Chia-Lin Yang
Pianist Chia-Lin Yang holds both her Doctor’s and Master’s Degrees in piano performance from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music under the tutelage of André Watts and Evelyne Brancart. Her musical excellence has been recognized while receiving top prizes at Seattle International, Wideman International, Camerata, Kingsville International, and WAMSO Young Artist Competitions and while performing throughout the United States and her native country, Taiwan. Chia-Lin was on faculty at Indiana University and West Valley College in Saratoga where she established the acclaimed WVC Young Artist Concert Series. Being enthusiastic about chamber music, Chia-Lin dedicates her time to collaboration with renowned fellow musicians. She is the founder of Aristo Chamber Players, Yang-Shin-Bate Trio, and a participant at the Sarasota Chamber Music Festival in Florida. She currently serves as Lecturer in Piano at UC Santa Cruz and a piano instructor at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music Pre-College Division.

Mihyun Kim
Pianist Mihyun Kim maintains an active musical career as a soloist and chamber musician in the U.S., Europe and South Korea. She has appeared in venues such as Kennedy Center, U.S. State Department and Seoul Arts Center in South Korea, among many others. Ms. Kim has won numerous awards including the first and special prize in Washington International Young Artist Piano Competition and top prize at the Isidor Bajic International Competition. Prior to her move to the Bay Area, she has served as a collaborative pianist at the University of Michigan. Ms. Kim is currently on faculty at San Francisco Conservatory Pre-College while educating young generations in her private studio. Ms. Kim holds Master of Music degree from Yale University and Doctor of Musical Arts degree from University of Michigan. Her teachers include Peter Frankl, Arthur Greene and Kyung-Sook Lee.