YouTube Channel "HsingayHsu"
Making Sense of the Human Experience through Music
Bi-weekly premieres; mid-September to end of May. Press the Notification button to find out when new videos go public.
Chamber Music Series (with Geraldine Walthers & others)
Musical Greetings Series
Nutmeg Studio NYC: Success Stories
Yale-China Musical Moments: building cultural bridges and promoting health
Musical Breathwork Series
"Practicing of Listening" Series - different types of listening
Interviews: Dean Robert Blocker, Yale School of Music
Pathways Forward in Music Series: cultural leaders envision our future.
"Empowering Women" Playlist
LSO KaleidosNotes pre-concert talks for our Mozart K.414 piano concerto, along with the idea behind "Artist Ambassador", and the orchestral works by Brahms and Schumann.
Café Thoughts: Pairing Music and Words
Practice of Listening Series
Chamber Music Series
Includes James MacMillan's "Kiss on Wood" with Paul & Daisy Soros Fellow Cellist Sophie Shao
Pathways Forward in Music Series
Rocky Ridge Director SoYoung Lee
Café Sampler for Boulder Arts Week, with guest Ron Stewart
Ursula Oppens on New Music, Rosina Lhévinne, and more
Oppens continued...on Playing Carter and more
Founder Geoff Collinson chats about "What's in the Pipeline" at Aeyons
HEAR THAT! Harmony Masterclass: Champion Michael Gendel
Hsing-ay's "Musical Journey" w/ Aeyons Founder/Director Geoff Collinson
Shapes & Lines
The Endgame for Performance Prep
Musical Greetings - Happy Mother's Day!
Musical Greetings - Happy Birthday in 30 Chords
LEARN AT NUTMEG STUDIO NYC:
"5 Themes of Composing an Intensive"
Schmitt Music Denver
Musical Breathwork Series
Please also visit the Special Events Page
Beethoven op.111 audio, preceded by commentary
"Joy of Harvest" - by my father Fei-Hsing Hsu
City Solitude" - Mozart, Brahms, and Rachmaninoff Solo Works
“City Solitude”- the paradox of living in the busiest city in the world, and being utterly isolated during a global pandemic. What does that actually feel like? The past half a year of social isolation is impacting us physically and mentally, and spiritually. Through the lens of the music of Mozart, Brahms, and Rachmaninoff, we connect with the city solitude experienced by great artists in other times and places to express and contemplate our own present moment.
2020 YoungArts Multi-Disciplinary Exhibition "do it (home)"
I perform an original musical interpretation of artistic instructions.Hans Ulrich, guest of honor/creator/curator of Serpentine Gallery in London
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