May Phang

Pianist May Phang enjoys discovering and performing a wide range of repertoire. Her debut CD, Travels through Time, featured works centered around Mark Twain’s satirical A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court. Her recent recording of Beethoven’s masterpiece Diabelli Variations (“fresh and illuminating” Fanfare Magazine) is available at online outlets and streaming services.

January 30th - January 1st

About The Artist

Pianist May Phang enjoys discovering and performing a wide range of repertoire. Her debut CD, Travels through Time, featured works centered around Mark Twain’s satirical A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court.  Her recent recording of Beethoven’s masterpiece Diabelli Variations (“fresh and illuminating” Fanfare Magazine) is available at online outlets and streaming services.

 

Performances as soloist and chamber musician have taken her to venues such as the Goethe Institute in Bangkok, Tianjin Conservatory Concert Hall in China, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Kennedy Center for the Arts in Washington DC, and to festivals such as the Singapore Festival of Arts, the Montreal International Piano Festival, the Karol Szymanowski Festival in Zakopane, Poland, and the Festival de Música de Cámara de Aguascalientes, Mexico.  Notable concerto performances include the Banff Chamber Players, Singapore Symphony, Montreal Symphony, and the Philadelphia Orchestra.

 

Currently Professor of Piano at DePauw University, Indiana, May is artist faculty at Interharmony International Music Festival and frequently adjudicates competitions and presents masterclasses nationally and internationally.



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