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Three Chinese virtuosi at Concours RE Home
Under the patronage of:
H.E. Mr GUAN Chengyuan, Ambassador of China
to the European Union and to Belgium

Piano recitals at Icons of Europe in Lasne on 25 and 26 April 2003
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LAN Cui, XUE Yingjia, YANG Shanshan
Candidates of the
Queen Elisabeth International Music Competition 2003

The recitals were performed in a country-house near Brussels, Belgium, for two groups of friends of Cecilia and Jens Jorgensen (the founders of Icons of Europe asbl). In the presence of:

Mr Zhang Wenmin,
Ministre-Conseiller Culturel and
Mr Yin Shousong, Attaché,
Embassy of China, Brussels.

The three virtuosi, all from Shanghai, have lived in Brussels for several months to prepare themselves for the Queen Elisabeth Competition under the guidance of Daniel Blumenthal, pianist and professor at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels.

The photo (from left):  Mr Xue, Miss Lan, Mr Blumenthal, Miss Yang, Cecilia Jorgensen, Mr Zhang, Jens Jorgensen and Mr Yin.  More >>


COMPOSERS:
Bach
Beethoven
Chopin
Debussy
Liszt
Rachmaninoff
Ravel
Scriabin

From left:  XUE Yingjia, LAN Cui, YANG Shanshan and Cecilia Jorgensen.

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Laureats of the
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Frederick Chopin
Piano Competition,
Warsaw, 2000:
N° 1:  LI Yundi (China)
N° 4:  CHEN Sa (China)

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