Music as the Central Pillar
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Qinquan Zhang started to play the piano at the age of 6. He went to the affiliated middle school of Sichuan Conservatory of Music when he was 12 studying with the legendary pianist and educator, Daxin Zheng. Qinquan received several awards since middle school including the top prize of the St. Petersburg international piano competition, the Nice international piano competition, the Zhongsin international music competition, and the international young pianist competition. He had also participated and performed in several music festivals including the Beijing international music festival and academy and Shanghai international piano festival and institute. Qinquan was accepted by the early admission of Cleveland Institue of Music in 2014 studying with the head of the piano department, Ms. Kathryn Brown for four years during his undergraduate study. Qinquan currently lives in New York City, enrolling in the three years duo master program offered by Manhattan School of Music and Teacher's College at Columbia University.
The Gottesman Libraries hosts musical performances by Teachers College students who wish to play. From folk guitar to pipa, we welcome a variety of styles and genres using classical and acoustical instruments. Why not showcase your talent with a live performance or two for the Teachers College community?
If you'd like to participate, please contact us with your interest and details via online support. We are currently scheduling solos, duets, trios and more each week, generally for an hour 's performance between the peak period of 3-7pm, Mondays through Thursdays.
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