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She first came to international attention in 2005 when she won the silver medal at the 12th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. The youngest contestant at 19 years old, she took home two additional awards: Best Performance of Chamber Music (with the Takàcs Quartet), and Best Performance of a New Work. In 2006 Yang made her celebrated New York Philharmonic debut alongside Lorin Maazel at Avery Fisher Hall along with the orchestra’s tour of Asia, making a triumphant return to her hometown of Seoul, South Korea.
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She first came to international attention in 2005 when she won the silver medal at the 12th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. The youngest contestant at 19 years old, she took home two additional awards: Best Performance of Chamber Music (with the Takàcs Quartet), and Best Performance of a New Work.

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Common piano beginner problems

Today I answer a new question from a PianoBlog reader: “What was your early piano experience like, and what are some common mistakes made by beginning piano students?”My early experience was nothing too out of the ordinary, by the way. I had a neighborhood..

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Should the piano be so hard?

“How tough should this be?” I often will hear people say “This shouldn’t be so hard” with regard to piano technique . . . so my question is always “How hard should it be? Who ever determined that!?”Instead of comparing ourselves to others, or an imaginary ..

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What not to do with Metronome Practice

Hi Pianobloggers! In this “off the cuff” video I talk about one of the most important aspects of practicing with the metronome – and how it actually hurts many people (especially beginners) if it isn’t used the right way.I hope you enjoy! Let me know what ..

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