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									CONTINUED – 2011/2012 Schedule of Music! Music! Music!

II. Tao Lin, Piano - Sunday, January 8, 5:00 PM
Tao Lin’s appearances in Asia, North America and Europe have brought unanimous critical
accolades and praise for his subtle, intimate pianism and brilliant technique. A versatile musician
he is equally at home as a soloist, recitalist and chamber musician.
A regular guest artist at numerous music festivals, Mr. Lin has performed at the Music Festival of
the Hamptons, Mainly Mozart Festival, Music Mountain Chamber Music Festival, Arts Rolla
Highlands-Cashiers Chamber Music Festival, and Bowdoin lnternational Music Festival. Mr. Lin
has given master classes and lectures at universities and conservatories in the United States,
Norway and China. He is currently Professor of Collaborative Piano at the Conservatory of Music
at Lynn University.During summer months, he serves as an official collaborative pianist for
Bowdoin International Music Festival. Mr. Lin has recorded for Piano Lovers, Romeo, and
Poinciana labels.Most recently Tao Lin has been named a Steinway Artist by Steinway and Son .
Program: to be announced

III. Piano Personalities: Bach and Beethoven – Pianist Maria Lyapkova
Sunday, January 29 – 5 p.m. Special Price: $15.00

IV. Virtuoso Violin - Daniel Andai, Violin • Tao Lin, Piano
Sunday, February 5, 5:00 PM
Daniel Andai - Soloist, Chamber/Orchestral musician and recording artist - has performed in
many concert halls including Carnegie Hall, Sydney Opera House,Vienna Konzerthause and
Lincoln Center where he has performed with the New York Philharmonic.
Mr. Andai is a member of the UBS Verbier Orchestra touring continuously over five continents.
He is also First Violinist with the Vols String Quartet. He holds a Master of Music and a
Professional Arts Degree from Manhattan School of Music where he worked with Glenn Dicterow,
Concertmaster of the N.Y. Philharmonic, as well as with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and
the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. He also holds a Bachelor of Music Degree (Cum Laude) from
Lynn University Conservatory of Music.
Currently Daniel is pursuing his Doctorate of Music Degree at the University of Miami Frost
School of Music. In 2008 he was selected as the new Concertmaster of the Miami Symphony
Orchestra. Additionally, he teaches and is Professor of Violin at New World School of the Arts.
Program: An afternoon of sonatas and other favorites...from Grand/Sonatas to “Popular Works”
and more!

V. Jazz Trio featuring Robert Prester, Piano + bass and drums.
Sunday, March 4, 5:00 p.m.

VI. Passionate Piano - Jose Menor, Piano
Saturday, March 31, 5:00 PM
At age 15 Jose Menor performed at Carnegie Hall as First Prize Winner of the World Piano.
Competition in Cinn. Ohio - and has won many other competitions as well.
He had a full scholarship at Royal College of Music in London where he obtained a Post
Graduate Diploma and a Masters Degree. Recently he graduated from Yale University School of
Music where he studied with Claude Frank. Mr. Menor is a member of several Chamber Music
Groups and has been soloist in many international festivals. He had a solo recital at Wigmore Hall
in London, has performed with Barcelona Symphony, has had recital tours in U.K., Germany,
Chile, and Spain. He performed the British Premier of Albeniz Concerto Fantastico with the Royal
Philharmonic in 2010. This year he is scheduled to perform with the Dallas Brass as part of the
Community Performing Art Series Program: Music by Ravel, Granados and more.

VII. Great Performances - 2 Piano - 4 Hands. Tao Lin, Piano, Catherine
Lan, Piano - Sunday, April 15, 5:00 PM
Catherine Lan is a terrific pianist, and has gotten her Doctorate of Musical Arts degree in
Performance from University of Miiami. She has been a soloist with Vancouver, Edmonton, and
University of Miami Frost Symphonies amongst many others, and has performed extensively in
Asia and North America. She is currently on faculty at University of Miami.
For Tao Lin “Bio” see II. above. Program: to be announced

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