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Xun's Rap

posted Oct 2, 2010, 9:22 PM by Xun Pan   [ updated Oct 2, 2010, 9:26 PM ]

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Guessing Riddles - Newstead Trio

posted Sep 30, 2010, 8:27 PM by Xun Pan   [ updated Oct 2, 2010, 9:05 PM ]

Guessing Riddles - Newstead Trio

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Trio Clavino plays Peter Schickele's "Variations"

posted Oct 15, 2009, 8:02 AM by Xun Pan   [ updated Oct 2, 2010, 9:17 PM ]

The Lancaster Church of the Brethren may not be the first place that one thinks of when considering attending a classical concert. But with its annual monthly Starlight Tea Concert Series, it should certainly be in the running. The diverse series kicks off Saturday night at 7 with a performance of chamber music by the newly formed Trio Clavino. The trio features Doris Hall-Gulati, principal clarinet in the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia and the Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra, based in Philadelphia; violinist Simon Maurer, Concertmaster of the Schuylkill Symphony Orchestra and Assistant Concertmaster of the Pennsylvania Sinfonia; and pianist Xun Pan, who has performed in concert halls from Carnegie Hall and Alice Tully Hall in New York City to China's National Center for Performing Arts. Future Starlight performances include the Essence of Joy Alumni Singers; Due Solisti, Zofie Vokalkova and Kathleen Scheide; The Starlight Epiphany Concert; mezzo-soprano Sarah Daughtrey; the Juniata College Concert Choir and the Hershey Handbell Ensemble. An offering will be received at each performance. For details, visit www.lancob.org.

Read more: http://articles.lancasteronline.com/local/4/287494#ixzz11GXu1JsN


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posted Oct 15, 2009, 7:59 AM by Xun Pan   [ updated Oct 2, 2010, 10:19 PM ]

Chinese born pianist Xun Pan received his early musical training from his grandmother and pianists-parents, Pan Yi-Ming and Ying Shi-Zhen. He continued his studies at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing, Syracuse University in New York, and earned the Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Rutgers University in New Jersey.

Mr. Pan has won many international piano competitions and awards, beginning with first prize in the 1986 China National Piano Competition in Beijing, and the "Dr. Luis Sigall" International Piano Competition in Chile in 1987, the International Festival Piano Competition in Korea in 1990, the Frinna Awerbuch International Piano Competition in New York in 1992, and the Artists International Competition in New York in 1993. A student of Theodore Lettvin, Mr. Pan has performed solo recitals worldwide from Carnegie Weill Hall to Beijing National Center for Performing Arts. He has performed in Moscow, Santiago, Singapore, Beijing, Shanghai, Pyong-Yang, London, Los Angeles, Frankfurt, Taipei, Budapest, New York, Vina Del Mar, Lisbon, Toronto, Boston, and many other cities in the world. He “…excites his audience with extraordinary power and masterful technique.” (Intelligencer Journal)

            A noted chamber musician, Mr. Pan is the pianist of the Newstead Trio and Trio Clavino, two of the most distinguished piano trios in North America. They have been broadcast live on radio and television. They also released several highly acclaimed recordings.

Mr. Pan is a faculty member of the Pennsylvania Academy of Music as the Chairman of the Piano Department. He is also visiting professor at China Conservatory of Music, at China Northwest University for Nationalities, Fuzhou University, Yantai University, Qinghai Normal University, and at Wenzhou University.


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