5 Days Pre-Competition Master Class

July 23, 2018

Los Angeles

Gina Bachauer International Artists Piano Competition Master Class Instructor, Chair of Keyboard Studies in CSUN (California State University Northridge) Dmitry Rachmanov will teach in one on one Master Class. He will focus on the pieces for upcoming Final Competition and the pieces for Preparatory of Universities. In the evening, all students from music Camp will go to attend the concert and perform on stage.

July 24, 2018

Los Angeles

Master Class one on one: Canadian Pianist Sunny Qu

Master Class one on one: Dmitry Rachmanov

Outstanding Pianist Concert

Special Guests: Sunny Qu, and Contract Junior Pianists

July 25, 2018

Los Angeles

Master Class one on one: Antoinette Perry

Master Class one on one: Dmitry Rachmanov

They will focus on the pieces for upcoming Final Competition and the pieces for Preparatory of Universalities.

Talented Junior Pianist Concert

Special Guests: Junior Pianists received Best Talent Awards

July 26, 2018

Los Angeles

Master Class one on one: Antoinette Perry

Master Class one on one: Dmitry Rachmanov

Piano Lecture by Fangfang Pan (Director of GOCAA), Dr. Huijun Zeng(Educator of Piano):

Piano Technique and tone color

Music Concert

July 27, 2018

Los Angeles

Master Class one on one: Antoinette Perry

Master Class one on one: Dmitry Rachmanov

Piano Lecture by Dmitry Rachmanov:

Preparation of international competition

Music Concert

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Piano Masters

Fangfang Pan

Chairman of the Global Outstanding Chinese Association, an outstanding pianist who has immigrated to the US, a senior American Grammy member and Royal Academy of Music lecturer, founder of the Royal Grading Alliance, and special guest speaker of the Xinghai Concert Hall Royal Grading Lecture Series.

The founder and educational director of the Guangzhou Qing Yun Ya Ju Musical Arts Studio.

Pan Fang Fang has been the Chinese International Music Competition Final’s international judge (hosted in Singapore), the judge of many competitions such as The Chopin’s International Piano Competition for Young Pianists’ (preliminary, intermediate rounds) International Finals.

She is the founder and creative director of The Global Outstanding Chinese Young Pianists Trials. She has successfully introduced major Hong Kong and Macau musical events into China making prominent contributions to the industry of musical education as well as the facilitation of piano cultural exchange between China, Hong Kong,and Macau. She has founded the Global Outstanding Chinese Artists Association in San Francisco since her immigration to America and has successfully signed numerous precocious young pianists through the Global Outstanding Chinese Young Pianists Trials. She has successfully held solo concerts for these young talents, facilitate cooperation between them and international orchestras, and leading these young talents founded through competitions to the world stage.

Student Achievement:

  • Qiu Wen Chen(Lily) has obtained a position in foundation studies in The Julliards Schools of Music

  • Xue Lin XIe has obtained full scholarship for undergraduate studies in The Royal Music Academy

  • Zhuo Wen Liang has obtained a position in undergraduate studies at the State University of New York

  • Yue Yung Long has obtained a position in undergraduate studies at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music

Dmitry Rachmanov

Dr. Dmitry Rachmanov is a Professor of Piano at California State University, Northridge, where he serves as Chair of Keyboard Studies. A sought-after educator, master class clinician, adjudicator and lecturer, Dr. Rachmanov has served on the faculties of Manhattan School of Music and Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University, and he has appeared as a guest artist at schools such as Royal Northern College of Music (UK), Shanghai Conservatory and Beijing Central Music School in China, UCLA, University of Chicago, University of Michigan, University of Washington, University of Alaska, Anchorage, Florida State University, Arizona State University and Indiana University at Bloomington, among others. Dr. Rachmanov is a frequent adjudicator, having served on the juries of the Gina Bachauer International Piano Competition in Salt Lake City, Utah, the Brahms International Competition in Poertschach, Austria, Claviarium in Moscow, Russia, among many other regional, national and international contests.

As a researcher, Dr. Rachmanov has authored reviews and articles on historical subjects related to piano performance in publications such as Keyboard Classics, the Journal of the Scriabin Society of America and the London-based International Piano magazine, which has published Rachamnov's surveys of recorded legacies of the Chopin F Minor Ballade, Op. 52, Rachmaninoff's Corelli Variations, Op. 42 and the Paganini Rhapsody, Op. 43 as well as a features on the art of the Russian pianist Grigory Ginzburg and the noted Juilliard pedagogue Joseph Bloch. Dr. Rachmanov is an active lecturer, having presented his research on various topics at public venues, such as the Beijing National Theater to conservatories and universities, as well as music teachers associations, such as MTNA & MTAC, among others.

Piano Master

Antoinette Perry

Antoinette Perry, born to professional musicians, gave her first public performance at the age of four. Since then, she has appeared throughout the U.S., Europe and China as a soloist and chamber musician, collaborating with many of the world’s greatest artists, including John Perry, Leon Fleisher, Ralph Kirshbaum, Ronald Leonard, Brooks Smith, David Shifrin, Gabor Rejto, Henri Temianka, Joaquin Valdepenas, Carol Wincenc, Eugene Fodor and actors Michael York and Walter Matthau. She has performed with members of the American, Chicago, Cleveland, Emerson, Juilliard, Los Angeles, Paganini, Sequoia, and Takacs String Quartets, and also with concertmasters and/or principals of the L.A., New York, Rotterdam and the Hague Philharmonics, the Concertgebau, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Gulbenkian and Zurich Tonhalle Orchestras, the Chicago, St. Louis, Toronto, and San Francisco Symphonies, and the L.A., Orpheus and Stuttgart Chamber Orchestras.
Having participated in festivals throughout Europe, China and the U.S., Ms. Perry has been heard often on National Public Radio, the Bravo! Channel and United Airlines’ in-flight programming. Artist-faculty emerita at the Aspen Music School, she performed in over 100 festival concerts during her 25-year tenure there. She has recorded for Crystal Records, Harmonie, Pacific Rainbow, Pacific Serenades, Excelsior (Sam Goody) and Navona.
Le Dauphine Libere has lauded her “irreproachable technique” and “a musical comprehension which could only belong to one of the Greats.” Germaine Vadi of Les Affiches de Grenoble et du Dauphine wrote: “One felt himself to be in the presence of a great pianist—an absolute art of nuance, her subtle touch, and finally her perfect musical understanding, which permits her to assimilate the music of all cultures.”
Distinguishing herself also as a pedagogue, Ms. Perry served for 12 years for the UCLA piano faculty before joining the faculty of the USC Thornton School of Music in 1996. She frequently gives master classes and serves as an adjudicator. Former students are enjoying successful careers as performers and pedagogues throughout the U.S., Europe and Asia.

Piano Master

Huijun Zeng

“....a talented pianist, full of musical temperament, brilliance and creativity..."
“...she is such a magnificent pianist with beauty and elegance, owning the natural style of her ...”              
--Description in European media’s for the playing of pianist Hui Jun Zeng
    Ms.Zeng shared her music career throughout the world and in prestigious concert halls.
With the remarkable performance all along her career, she was also invited and performed for the international music festival such as the Avignon Music Festival and the Strasbourg International Music Festival in France,the Heidelberg International Chamber Music Festival in Germany and the Basel International Music Festival. Beside acting as the soloist , she also gained extensive experience when she collaborating with the Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra from Basel, Switzerland and the Beijing Philharmonic Orchestra, GuangDong Modern National Orchestra and the GuangDong XingHai Conservatory of Music Symphony Orchestra.
     In addition to her concert activities, Ms.Zeng’s teaching gifts have established her as a leading piano pedagogue of her generation. Her students has already achieved great quantity of national and international piano competitions and with the guidance and recommendation of Ms Zeng, some of them applied for degree and building up their careers abroad.
     Meanwhile,she has appeared as a judge for the international piano competitions.
   Recent highlights including the establishment of the music educational video( Hui Jun Zeng’s Piano Teaching ) which, as the result, has earned highly appraisal and great popularity among the piano learners since its public issued.
     In recent years,Hui Jun Zeng are dedicate to the combination of classic music and a variety of modern forms of arts such as dancing, poetry, literature and comics, which,already indicating the direction and prospects of the innovation of contemporary music in China.

Piano Master

Sunny Qu

Sunny was born in Qingdao, China, and raised in Vancouver, Canada. He golds a Master degree from the Royal  Conservatory of Music. During his teenage years, he had been successful in numerous piano competitions. Since then he has performed at special events in three continents, such as Salzburg’s Weiner Salle in Austria, Duke’s Hall in London and the Chan Center in his hometown Vancouver. He also performed in other events held in China, Japan, Taiwan, and embassy of Russia in Japan. Yue incorporates both Baroque and contemporary music in his work. This is due to his interest in the composer and pianist Ferruccio Busoni. He actively looks for Busoni’s less-known work to perform. Yue came in third in 2009 Knigge competition and was the winner of the UBC Concerto. He was subsequently invited to perform with the UBC Symphony Orchestra and the Vancouver Philharmonic Orchestra. He also received the Johann Strauss Foundation Award in 2009 to advance his studies at the Mozart Conservatory in Austria. In 2013, he received the Else Cross Brahms Award from the Royal College of Music in London. Yue graduated from UBC Conservatory of Music and Royal Conservatory of Music under the supervision of Sara Davis Buechner and Hamish Mine. He is studying at the University of Southern California with Jeffrey Kahane. Yue was taught by many music masters, including the renowned teacher Edward Parker, and pianist Ian Parker, He was also fortunate enough to be instructed by Anton Kurrti, Robert Levin, Joanna MacGregor, Pascal Devoyon and Steven Osborne. Yue returned to China numerous time during his study to hold solo concerts, where he worked hand in hand with the famous pianist Sara Davis Buchner for a duo-piano program. He also taught master classes and performed one of Dun Tan’s “Eight Watercolor Notes” at his solo recital. The local news published and reported that “Yue Qu challenges Dun Tan’s famous piece” and reviewed his concert.

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