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31st East Tennessee Suzuki Flute Institute International Guest Artist Recital
Start Date: 6/26/2014Start Time: 7:00 PM
End Date: 6/26/2014End Time: 9:00 PM

Event Description:
31st East Tennessee Suzuki Flute Institute International Guest Artist Recital

Takeaki Miyamae, flute
Chih-Long Hu, piano


Takeaki Miyamae began his flute studies at age nine with Suzuki Flute Method founder, Toshio Takahashi. When he was 11 years old, Takeaki began to study with the legendary flutist, Marcel Moyse (1889-1984) in Brattleboro, Vermont; Honolulu, Hawaii; and Matsumoto, Japan. From age eleven to fifteen he gave many recitals in the United States and Canada, including a solo recital at the 1981 National Flute Association Convention in Detroit.

Following Marcel Moyse’s demise Takeaki stopped performing professionally, as he had lost his great mentor, and he chose to go into medicine. He earned both his M.D.degree and a Ph.D in Medicine at Yokohama City University Graduate School in 1999, and worked as a neuroscientist for 10 years.

In 2001, Dr. Miyamae resumed his professional music career and started to study with Louis Moyse. He has recorded several CDs in Japan, has appeared on television, and in numerous solo and chamber music performances in the U.S., Taiwan and Japan. In 2002 he recorded the Suzuki Flute School CDs for Volumes 8 and 10. In 2011 Dr. Takeaki Miyamae made his debut in Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York as a First Prize Winner of the American Protégé International Competition of Romantic Music 2011. He also received First Prize of American Protégé International Flute Competition 2012, Honorary Mention of the 12th International Web Concert Hall Competition 2011, and Most Distinguished Musician Award with Special Mention of the 20th IBLA Grand Prize International Music Competition 2011. He recently won the Premier Prix (first prize) of Concours International Léopold Bellan in France.

Dr. Miyamae is on the faculty of the Westmoreland Suzuki School of Music, Greensburg, PA. He teaches at the International Academy of the Suzuki Method, Matsumoto Japan as a visiting instructor. In 2006, presented a masterclass at the National Flute Association Convention in Pittsburgh. Dr. Miyamae is in demand both as a performer and teacher.

Chih-Long Hu
A native a Taiwan, Chih-Long Hu‘s performance career began to take off after receiving honors including the Taipei National Concert Hall Arising Star, the Chi-Mei Artist Award, and prizes from the Mauro Monopoli International Piano Competition in Italy, Concurs Internacional De Piano D'Escaldes-Engordany in Andorra, Takamatsu International Piano Competition in Japan, and the Russian Music International Piano Competition in San Jose, California.
An active pianist, Hu has performed extensively in Asia, Europe and throughout North America, appearing as a concerto soloist, recitalist, and chamber musician. He has collaborated with conductors including Ann Krinitsky, Shunsaku Tsutsumi, Nicoletta Conti, Kenneth Kiesler, Nuvi Mehta, Cornelia Kodkani-Laemmli, Cheng-Hsiung Chen, and Li-Ping Cheng.

Hu’s performances have been broadcast in "Performance Today" through NPR stations across the country, and televised in Taiwan, China and Japan. His recent CD album "Formosa Caprices" has received critical acclaims and was nominated as “Best Crossover Album” and Hu as “Best Performer” for the 2009 Golden Melody Award. Another CD of complete Etudes-tableaux by Rachmaninoff has been released in 2010.
Hu’s teachers include Arthur Greene, Hung-Kuan Chen, and Tai-Cheng Chen. Hu received Doctor of Musical Arts in piano performance from the University of Michigan, Master's degree from the Taipei National University of the Arts, and Bachelor's degree in civil engineering from National Taiwan University. Hu is currently on the faculty of East Tennessee State University
Contact Information:
Name: Sabrina C. Sutton
Phone: 439-4276
Email: suttons@etsu.edu
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Admission Cost:

General Admission: $15
Seniors: $10
Students w/ID: $10

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