April 18, 2017

Masterclass at Huaqiao University, 14:45

April 19, 2017

Masterclass at Huaqiao University, 10:30

April 19, 2017

Lecture-Recital at Jimei University, 16:30

  • Chopin Etudes and their manuscripts

April 20, 2017

Recital at Huaqiao University, 19:30

  • Bach: Overture in the French Style
  • Bach: Goldberg Variations

May 8, 2017

Recital at Shanghai University

  • Bach Overture in the French Style
  • Bach Goldberg Variations

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“Stunningly fluid”New York Times
“A tour de force”El Periódico de Aragón
“Bewitching … Superb”Boston Globe

Critically acclaimed pianist Mei-Ting has been heard in many of the world’s greatest concert halls performing an extensive repertoire that includes the complete works for solo piano of Brahms, Chopin, and Debussy, in addition to all 32 Sonatas of Beethoven. After winning several major competitions, including the first Piano-e competition and the National Chopin Competition of the U.S., Mei-Ting’s career has taken him throughout most of the U.S., Latin America, Asia, and Europe.

His appearances have been deemed “a stunning performance” (Newport Daily News), “superhuman” (Minnesota Star Tribune), “a colossal technique and vivid musical imagination” (Washington Post), and “maximum virtuosity and elegance” (El Comercio, Peru). The Boston Globe depicted his playing as “a miracle of lightness, speed, and precision of articulation and pianistic shimmer” while Gilberto Ponce of Vision Escríticas, Chile, wrote that he has “enormous musicality, superb technique, impeccable fingering, [and] amazing dynamics.”

Mei-Ting has transcribed and arranged several orchestral and operatic works, expanding the technical and tonal possibilities of the modern piano. This project, which encompasses selections from R. Strauss’s Rosenkavalier and Salome, Stravinsky’s Firebird Suite from 1919, and a brand new transcription of Ravel’s La valse, has already garnered rave reviews around the world.

Mei-Ting is a Yamaha artist. In 2010 a genus of quill mites was named after him (Syringophilinae Meitingsunes), currently comprising 5 species.

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