Mid Day Mosaics

A Free Afternoon Concert Series


Emily Chiang, An active collaborative pianist and chamber musician Details: A native of Taiwan, Emily Chiang gave her first solo recital at the age of six. Since then, she has performed in solo recitals throughout Asia and North America. An active collaborative pianist and chamber musician, Ms. Chiang frequently performs in Violin-Piano duo as well as two-piano recitals. Emily has been a guest soloist with many orchestras, most recently performing Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No.1 under the baton of David Briskin with the University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Other appearances include those with the Lima Symphony Orchestra and the Concordia College Symphony Orchestra.


Ms. Chiang is a graduate of Oberlin Conservatory of Music, where she studied with Alvin Chow, and holds a Master of Music degree from Indiana University where she worked with Menahem Pressler and Arnaldo Cohen. She is currently a Doctoral candidate at the University of Toronto, under the tutelage of Marietta Orlov.


Concert Program
Ravel – Gaspard de la Nuit: Scarbo
Liszt – Dante Sonata
Brahms – Piano Trio No. 3 in C minor (with Violin and Cello)


When: Wed. Feb. 13, from 12:00 – 1:00 pm
Where: East Common Room, Hart House
Cost: Free / Complimentary light refreshments


Midday Mosaics PosterAbout Midday Mosaics: The Music Committee Presents Midday Mosaics throughout the year showcasing hidden talent from the U of T campus community. See faculty members, professors and students in a different light as they show off their musical gifts and then join us for complimentary light refreshments!

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