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Ya-Fei Chuang has performed in major festivals around the world, including the Beethoven Festival (Warsaw) with Christoph Eschenbach, the European Music Festival (Stuttgart), Schleswig-Holstein, Bach (Leipzig), Oulu (Finland), Shannon (Ireland), Ravinia, Sarasota, Gilmore, Oregon, Tanglewood (USA), and at the Fromm Foundation concerts at Harvard, at the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in Cambridge, USA and in venues such as Boston’s Symphony Hall, the Philharmonic halls of Berlin and Cologne, the Berlin Schauspielhaus, and the Leipzig Gewandhaus. Ya-Fei Chuang’s mastery of the most challenging solo repertoire is complemented by extensive activities as a chamber musician and duo partner with Steven Isserlis, Kim Kashkashian, and Robert Levin. Her commitment to contemporary music includes world premières of works by Stanley Walden and Thomas Oboe Lee and collaborations with John Harbison.

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