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National Opera Center : Scorca Hall

GOCAA Artist Classical Concert Season --Chang Li & Yu Xin /Piano & Violin Duo

GOCAA Artist Classical Concert Season ( New York ) February 26 , 2023 , Pm-1:30-2:30 GOCAA Artist Classical Concert Season --Chang LI & Yu Xin / Piano & Violin Duo location : OPERA America ,Scorca Hall 330 7th Avenue #7th Floor New York, NY 10001 Support GOCAA Musician

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GOCAA Artist Classical Concert Season --Chang Li & Yu Xin  /Piano & Violin Duo
GOCAA Artist Classical Concert Season --Chang Li & Yu Xin  /Piano & Violin Duo

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Feb 26, 2023, 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM EST

National Opera Center : Scorca Hall , 330 7th Ave fl 7th, New York, NY 10001, USA


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1. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Violin Sonata No.32 in B-flat major, K. 454

2. Clara Schumann - Three Romances for Violin and Piano, Op. 22

3. Johannes Brahms - Violin Sonata No. 1 in G major, Op.78



Chang Li is a solo and collaborative pianist from China and a member of the award - winning Clover Trio. Mr. Li holds a bachelor’s degree from Xi’an Conservatory of Music in China and a master’s degree from the Mannes School of Music in New York City. He is also an honorary recipient of the “Steinway Award” from Mannes. Mr. Li is currently pursuing a double Doctor of Musical Arts degree in piano performance and collaborative piano with full scholarships at Michigan State University, and is still serving as a research assistant since 2020.

Mr. Li is the winner of many national and international competitions, including the both grand prize and first prize of the New York Concert Festival “Spring Season” and “International Instrumental Recital Competition” in 2019; the gold award of the third edition of the World Piano Teachers Association Finland International Piano Competition; the first prize of the New Orleans Piano Institute International Piano Competition in 2021 and third place of the Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) Chamber Music Competition in 2022. He has given numerous performances in some historical and prestigious venues such as Mirasler Concert Hall in Hamburg, Germany; Baruch Performing Arts Center, Bruno Walter Auditorium at Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall in New York City, etc. His first commercial recording Francis Poulenc: Les Soirées de Nazelles was released in 2020. In 2021, he joined the KNS Classical Label as a recording artist, and his latest album Trace Back was released worldwide earlier this year.


Yu Xin is a Chinese violinist who is active in chamber music and symphony orchestra stages in the United States and Asia. Ms. Xin is an associate principal violin of the Battle Creek Symphony Orchestra in Michigan, as well as a tenured violinist of the Illinois Symphony Orchestra and Southwest Michigan Symphony Orchestra. She has also been a guest violinist with the Civic Symphony Orchestra, the Chicago Oystrach Symphony Orchestra, and the North Brook Symphony Orchestra. Currently, Ms. Xin is pursuing a Doctor of Musical Arts degree with a full scholarship at Michigan State University.

Acclaimed in Singapore and the United States for her experience in chamber music and opera, Ms. Xin was invited to perform Mendelssohn Piano Trio No. 1 at the Asian Civilization Museum in 2014 with renowned Singaporean pianist Melvly Tan. In 2018, she performed Britten’s opera "A Midsummer Night's Dream" with conductor Christopher Ocasek as a principal violin at Miami Music festival. In 2019, the New York Bailu Music Festival invited her to present one of the works of Chinese and Western quartets - "Quartet through Time and Space" at the National Opera Center in New York. In 2022, Ms. Xin’s Clover Trio was invited to perform in the "Tuba Bach" Chamber Music Festival, the largest chamber music festival in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and broadcasted on the local classical music radio after winning the third place of MTNA chamber music competition.


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