Sunday, November 12, 2017
Room 607, MacPhail Minneapolis Campus
A native of Taiwan, Tina Su is Associate Professor of Horn at the University of Northern Iowa and was formerly the third horn with the Taipei Symphony Orchestra in Taiwan. Tina is an active performer and clinician and travels extensively throughout the US and other countries in Europe and Asia. In addition, Tina has been a featured performer on PBS Special, Iowa Public Radio and Broadcasting Corporation of China (Taiwan).
Tina received her Doctoral of Musical Arts degree from the State University of New York at Stony Brook, her Master of Music degree from the Juilliard School, and her Bachelor of Music degree and a Performer’s Certificate from the Eastman School of Music. Her principal teachers include William Purvis, Peter
Kurau, Verne Reynolds and Si-Yuan Zuang, and she has studied chamber music with the New York Woodwind Quintet and the American Brass Quintet.
As an active chamber musician, Tina has performed with the internationally acclaimed Boston Brass and Miró String Quartet. She is a co-founder of the Wonder Horns, a horn quartet based in Taiwan. Tina was a member of the Northwind Quintet and is a member of Northern Brass Quintet. Tina has also performed at the Taiwan Connection Music Festival, the Cedar Valley Chamber Music Festival and is currently serving as Young Artist Seminar horn faculty during the summers at Rocky Ridge Music Center. More information about Tina can be found at https://music.uni.edu/yu-ting-tina-su.
Tina will also perform on a concert of flute, horn and piano music on Sunday, November 12 at 2 p.m. in Antonello Hall: Claudia Anderson, flute; Tina Su, French horn; Timothy De Prey, piano
Program: Summer Night by Katherine Hoover, Oblivion by Astor Piazzolla, Two-Bit Contraptions by Jan Bach, Appel interstellaire (Interstellar Call) by Olivier Messiaen and Beverly by Ian Clarke.
Tina Su and Claudia Anderson are both on the faculty of Rocky Ridge Music Center:
Founded in 1942, Rocky Ridge Music Center is dedicated to providing transformative music education at both our historic summer campus in Estes Park, CO and our newly established year-round Music Academy in Boulder, CO. The Center’s programs give students of all ages and levels a variety of opportunities to work with exceptional artists, teachers, and colleagues from around the world. Rocky Ridge encourages participants to engage in lifelong music-making and to build creative communities where they live and work. Learn more at http://www.rockyridge.org/program/young-artist-seminar/.