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Sarah Tuan, USA

Sarah Tuan, age 13, is currently a San Francisco Conservatory of Music Pre-College scholarship student studying with Yoshikazu Nagai and previously with Corey McVicar.

Sarah has given many performances most notably at Carnegie Weill Recital Hall in New York as the two-year Gold Medal winner of the AADGT International Young Musicians Festival, at Liszt House in Weimar, Germany as the first prize winner in AFAF Romantic Music International Competition, in San Jose for the Steinway Society Young Artists Concert and in San Francisco for San Francisco Conservatory of Music Gala Concert. She was also a featured soloist performing with the Orchestra as winner of El Camino Youth Symphony Concerto Competition. Sarah has won first prizes and many other awards such as the International Russian Music Piano Competition, Pacific Musical Society Competition, MTAC State Convention Piano Solo Competition, Colburn Academy Piano Festival Sonata Competition and Los Angeles International Liszt Competition along with a special award for the most outstanding performance of a Paganini Etude. In 2015, Sarah won the first place in Junior Solo of Virginia Waring International Piano Competition in Palm Desert, and the first prize in San Jose International Piano Competition where she was also awarded with the Most Promising Young Talent, Best Bay Area Contestant prizes and scholarships to 2015 CUI International Music Festival in Canada and 2016 XXII International Chopin Piano Festival in Poland.


Most recently, Sarah represented the Virginia Waring International Piano Competition and performed a solo recital in Aspen/Snowmass Village, Colorado.


 † prof. Barbara Hesse- Bukowska


Artistic Director:

Dr Krystian Tkaczewski



prof.Maciej Piotrowski


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