Pianist Paula Fan has performed on five continents, recorded over 25 albums, and has broadcast for the BBC, NPR, Radio Television China, and international stations from Bosnia to Australia. One of the first recipients of the doctorate in collaborative piano from the University of Southern California, she has lectured on the subject worldwide. She was Regents Professor at the University of Arizona and has performed as principal keyboardist with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra for over 30 seasons. She has also served as visiting professor at the Eastman School of Music, and at conservatories throughout China.
A founder of the Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry at the University of Arizona, she has created numerous musical presentations marrying disciplines from hospice care to cookery with art song, based on her belief that there is classical music for everything. With her brother Michael, she produced shows on solar energy, performed in the National Mall in Washington, DC on solar powered instruments. Now a Confluencenter Senior Fellow, she continues to tour internationally as a pianist and lecturer.
|MATHIAS, W.: Songs and Chamber Music (A Vision of Time and Eternity) (J.H. Williams, Luce, Fraker, Glazier, Kantor, L.R. Roth, Paula Fan, R. Woods)
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