Date: 10 December 2011
SELLY OAK MUSIC STUDENTS and TEACHER gathered together and performed in the Elim Church Centre ( Birmingham) on the 10 December 2011 to help the fund raising for children in Uganda.
The donations contributes the gifts for Uganda children so they can have a lovely Xmas.
Selly Oak Music School founder, Dr. Fang said:
“I’ve been responsible for organising this charity concert with the Manager of Elim Church Centre, Mr. Tony Pash and his staffs of the church. This is an annual event where we bring together kids, parents, friends and local community, have a bit of a sing along. One of the programe was the Violin and Chinese instrument 中阮 DUET. There were also some refreshment to share after this Gala concert; it’s just a really good way to get into the Christmas spirit.”
“Selly Oak Music School Students can share their love with children in Uganda. I think this is a very meaning event. Especially young children can learn the value of helping each other. “
Dr. Fang’s Birmingham Cathedral Violin Recital:
Date: o1 Oct. 2010, 1:10pm
Heng-Ching Fang (Violin), Daniel Gordon (Piano)
Programme: Chaconne-T. A. Vitali, Sonata in B minor for Violin and Harpsichord (Piano) BWV1014- J. S. Bach, Nightclub 1960- A. Piazzola.
Fee: £3 (£2 concessions). Students with valid I.D free
Charity Concert for Elim Church Centre:
Ching played a piano recital for Elim Church Centre, helping the nursery to raise fund.
22 May 2010
Mid Summer Night Dream: Dr. Heng-Ching Fang’s Piano Recital
Programme including music by Mozart, Chopin, Debussy, Scariabine and Grieg
Venue: Elim Church Centre, Exeter Road, Birmingham, B29 6EU
Book Tickets: Mr. Tony Pash 0121-471-1133
Tickets Cost: Adult £5, Children £2
Date: 22 May 2010
Time: 19:30 – 21:30
Ching’s Piano Recital on the Ward End Methodist Church has Receive Positive Concert Review!
The Piano Recital named Grace on the 17 July 2009 has finished with great success. This was a charity concert, and the aim is to help church raising funding. There were around 60 audiences, the church was fully packed!! The concert programme started with Bach’s intervention and French Suite, and finished with a Scriabine’s Etude.
Photo 1: Ching playing the piano.
Photo 2: Ching signing the programme note. * Photos by KS Tai
We would like to highlight the Piano Recital on Friday, 17th July 2009, which will be performed by Ching. This is the charity concert hosted by Ward End Methodist Church. Concert starts at 7:30 pm, and the event place is at the corner of Washwoodheath Rd and Monk Rd. Birmingham B8. For tickets information, please contact Mrs. Chris Parker on 01217843713 or Rev. Andi Smith on 01212461647. Refreshment is included.
Don’t miss out the beautiful music by Bach, Mozart, Chopin, Scriabine and Satie this coming Friday.
Alexander Nicholaievich Scriabine, [ Aleksandr Nikolajevič Skr’abin] ( 1872 -1915), was a Russian pianist and composer. His music is mainly inspired by Chopin. The difficulty of his Etudes sometime can be harder than Chopin. Their major difference is that Chopin works focus more on the musical side, while Scriabine highlight in technical elements. This etudes should be played with tempo rubato and rhythmic flexibility. Performers should use their imagination and creativity when interpreting this piece.
African Dance C:3 is included in the ABRSM Piano Exam Pieces. Articulation is vital when interpreting this piece. Be careful with the staccato marking. This is a lively piece, so do keep your speed as indicated on the score.
(Click title to view this video) Govot is written by William Duncombe, and is the A : 1 in the 2009- 2010 ABRSM Piano Exam Pieces.This piece is also included in the Progressive Lessons for the Harpsichord and Piano Forte
, published in 1785. William Duncombe is the late 18th Century composer and organist.
Franz Liszt (1811 – 1886), renowned throughout Europe for his great skill as a performer during the 19th century, he is said to have been the most technically advanced and very likely, the greatest pianist of all time. He was also an important and leading composer, a notable piano teacher, a conductor who contributed significantly to the modern development of the art. In 1850, Liszt published two versions of Liebestraum: a lied for soprano and piano, and a notturno for solo piano. Performance today is Lionel Tertis’ arrangement of this piece. The viola leads the melody while the piano is still quite demanding (it’s Liszt after all) but two cadenzas has been replaced by the viola. Listen to the harmonic steps of the first measures: it’s incredibly romantic and typical of the style of the Hungarian master.