2009 Spring Concert

May 2, 2009
Spring Concert

"A Concerto Extravaganza"

2nd Young Artist Concerto Competition Winners

Sunny Sung-Eun Chang, 14-year-old Cellist
Cheryl Peng, 16-year-old Violinist
Andrew Sun, 17-year-old Pianist

Dvorak Cello Concerto in B minor
Saint-Saens Violin Concerto No. 3
Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 3
Beethoven Symphony No. 6 "Pastoral"


Return to 2008-09 Season

Cheryl Peng performing Saint-Saens Violin Concerto

Andrew Sun performing Beethoven Emperor Piano Concerto

Sunny Chang performing Dvorak Cello Concerto

Performance ending

Maestra Lin presenting the bronze medal to Crystal Chiu

Award Presentation of Winners

Back Row - Maestra Lin, Plainsboro Councilman Nabi, Plainsboro Deputy Mayor Lewis, Paul von Autenried, West Windsor Mayor Hsueh, Andrew Sun, Christine Shieh, Cheryl Peng, Sunny Chang and Myrna Reiter
Front Row - Crystal Chiu and Gabrielle Hsu

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— Claire C.

Sunny Sung-Eun Chang, 14-years old cellist, winner of Ewha Kyunghyang Music Competition, Strad Magazine, and Music Journal Competitions in Korea; studied under Myung-Wha Chung, currently a student of Alan Stepansky.

Cheryl Peng, 16-years old violinist, student of West Windsor/Plainsboro High School South; has twice won the grand prize in the Taipei City Violin Competition; a student of Lisa Shihoten, and previously studied with Naoko Tanaka.

Andrew Sun, 17 years old, a student of Dr. Chiu-Ling Lin and a senior of West Windsor/Plainsboro High School North; a winner of the 2009 Westfield Symphony Concerto Competition; received numerous awards in the NJ Music Teachers Association, highly-acclaimed piano collaborator.