Walnut Hill Music Festival

12 Highland Street
Natick, MA 01760

Since July 1990, the Foundation has organized a successful summer music festival at the Walnut Hill School in Natick, MA.  Each year about 50 talented young musicians, chosen by auditions, come from Taiwan, China, Hong Kong, Korea, Canada, and the United States to an intensive musical program with world  renowned masters on an one-on-one basis.  The faculty of the festival who has taught or still teaching actively at the festival are:

PIANO: Russell Sherman, Robert Levin , (late) Luise Vosgerchian, (late) T. Krafchenko, Hung-Kuan Chen, Pi-Hsien Chen , Yin Cheng-Zong,  (late) Anthony di Bonaventura, Wha Kyung Byun, David Deveau, Meng-Chieh Liu, Ilya Itin,  Minsoo Sohn, Ya-Fei Chuang, Alexander Korsantia, Vivian Weilerstein, Bruce Brubaker, Victor Rosenbaum, Sylvia Chambless, Tema Blackstone, Jonathan Bass, Mana Tokuno
VIOLIN: Lynn Chang , (late) Marylou Speaker Churchill, (late) Masuko Ushioda, James Buswell, Nai-Yuan Hu, Nicholas Kitchen, Magdalena Richter, Donald Weilerstein, Kristopher Tong.
VIOLA: Scott Lee, Mai Motobuchi, Gillion Rogell, Hsin-Yun Huang, Jessica Bodner.
CELLO: Laurence Lesser, Mark Churchill, Bion Tsang, Michael Bonner, Carol Ou,  Sam Ou. Yeesun Kim
DOUBLE BASS: Edwin Barker , DaXun Zhang, Pascale Delache-Feldman.
COMPOSITION: Yuhudi Wyner, Samuel Headrick, Yong Yang, Shih-Huei Chen.
FLUTE: Doriot Dwyer, Jean DeMart, Sue-Ellen Tcherepnin.
OBOE: Kathy Lord. Joyce Alper.
VOICE: Guiping Deng, Ree-Ven Wang, Patty Thom, Maxwell Li.
PERCUSSION: Robert Schulz, Pius Cheung.
CLARINET: Thomas Hill, David Samour.
FRENCH HORN: Neil De Land.
BASSOON: Tracy McGinnis.
TROMBOME: Brian Diehl.
SAXOPHONE: Kenneth Radnofsky.
INTERPRETATIONS OF MUSIC: Benjamin Zander
OTHERS: Erhu: Zhan-Tao Lin, Dulcimer: Ping Li, Tai-Chi: Tai-Chun Pan.

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