Barry Tan playing piano at TOSH in Qualicum Beach

Music on Sunday program includes works by Haydn, Chopin, Robert Schumann, Carl Vine

Pianist Barry Tan will be performing at Music on Sunday on March 12.

The concert is from 2:30-4:30 p.m. at TOSH (122 W. Fern Rd., Qualicum Beach). Admission is $18.

The program will include works by Haydn, Chopin, Robert Schumann and Carl Vine.

For more information, call 250-752-6133 or visit www.theoldschoolhouse.org.

Raised in Vancouver, pianist Tan completed studies at McGill University under full scholarship, and also graduated with distinction at the University of Victoria.

Tan has participated in numerous competitions, including the Canadian National Music Festival and the Canadian Music competition finals, the Concours de musique Hélène-Roberge in Quebec, and the Thousand Islands International Piano Competition in Cape Vincent, New York.

Tan has attended various solo and chamber music summer programs, including the Mozarteum Summer Academy in Salzburg, Austria. Tan has previously played Music on Sunday.

Currently, Tan teaches at Place des Arts Music and Art School, in Coquitlam, and is the founding and artistic director of the Chamber Music Program, starting in the fall of 2017.

Submitted by TOSH

 

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