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Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra Performs with A 10-year old Musician
   2016-10-20 11:25:43    CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: Xu

10-year-old pianist Serena Wang (the girl in pink) performs with three veteran pianists on October 17, 2016 in Beijing as a program during the ongoing Beijing Music Festival.[Photo: ent.sina.com.cn]


The Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra recently staged a special concert at the Beijing Concert Hall, with four pianists born in 1940s, 1970s, 1980s and 2000s successively playing Mozart's melodies.

12-year-old piano prodigy Serena Wang, whose first cooperation with the Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra took place at six years old is among the four pianists.

"I think I played in a lot of cities with the Shenzhen orchestra. I think it's my first experience with orchestra. It's very fun. After that, I learnt more concertos. This time, I feel very lucky because I can play with Mr. Liu Mengjie and Song Siheng. They play a lot with a lot of orchestras. So of course, I would learn a lot of things from them. I feel pretty good."

In 2010, 5-year-old Serena Wang became the youngest prize winner for her outstanding performance in Bach Piano Competition held by Berkley University in California. At the same year, she obtained first prize in Piano Competition of North California Chinese Music Teachers' Society.

Their concert, which included concerto for three pianos and orchestra in F major, Concerto in A major and etc played by her and other three renowned pianists Yin Chengzong,ĦĦLiu Mengjie and Song Siheng is for the celebration of Mozart's 260th birthday.

Founded in 1982, this recent concert by Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra is their first performance on the stage of Beijing Music Festival.

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