Performing double piano concerto Zone de Turbulence by Philippe Manoury, with the dynamic Polish pianist Adam Kosmieja, with NOSPR orchestra conducted by the charismatic conductor Alexander Liebreich, at the inaugural concert of the historically important Warsaw Autumn festival.
Jenny Q Chai performs Manoury’s double piano concerto “Zones de turbulences” with Adam Kosmieja and the National Radio Symphony Orchestra in the inaugural concert of Poland’s largest contemporary music festival, with conductor Alexander Liebreich.
Marco Stroppa of Italy is a pre-eminently active and innovative composer in Europe. In his piano works Traiettoria for piano and computer-synthesized sounds (written from 1982 to 1984) and Miniature Estrose Vol. 1 – seven pieces for solo piano (written from 1991 to 2002), Stroppa has discovered many new and important nuances of the sound […]Read more »
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A celebratory performance for Jenny Q Chai’s new recording: “Life Sketches: Piano Music of Nils Vigeland” (Naxos Records) On Sunday, September 21, 2014 at 7 pm, Shanghai/New York-based pianist Jenny Q Chai (www.JennyChai.com) will be throwing an album release party at New York City’s Spectrum (www.spectrumnyc.com). Spectrum is located at 121 Ludlow Street, 2nd Floor, […]Read more »
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On Tues., Jan. 21, 2014, Jenny Q Chai returns to New York City’s (le) Poisson Rouge with If on a Winter’s Night…, a musical journey through the landscape of Western Music, in which she performs works by array of composers with whom she feels a vibrant kinship. The featured selections, by Bach, Debussy, Gibbons, Schumann, Stockhausen, […]Read more »
Jenny recently authored a post for the Ariel Artists blog; we offer it to you here: While the U.S. and Europe have gone through a century of contemporary music, it is only the very beginning for China when it comes to Western contemporary classical music. Perhaps this is because such music is not China’s own […]Read more »