Frederic Chopin

Ballade No. 4 in F minor, Op. 52

John Hoffmeyer '19

Robert Schumann

Piano Sonata No. 2 in G Minor, Op. 22: I. So rasch wie möglich

Seho Young '19

Joseph Haydn

Piano Sonata in E-flat Major, Hob XVI/52: I. Allegro (Moderato)

David Nie '19

Ludwig van Beethoven

Piano Sonata No. 15 in D Major, Op. 28 "Pastoral": I. Allegro

Michaela Hennebury '21

Event Info

Renowned pianist Wu Han works with talented Princeton University student pianists in a workshop free and open to all. 

Sponsored by the Donna Weng Friedman ’80 Master Class Series.

About the Artist:

Named Musical America’s Musician of the Year, pianist Wu Han ranks among the most esteemed and influential classical musicians in the world today. Leading an unusually multifaceted artistic career, she has risen to international prominence as a concert performer, recording artist, educator, arts administrator, and cultural entrepreneur. Wu Han appears regularly at many of the world’s most prestigious concert series and venues, as both soloist and chamber musician: she tours extensively with cellist David Finckel, and in piano trios with Philip Setzer. Together with David Finckel, Wu Han serves as Artistic Codirector of The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center (CMS), and they are the founding Artistic Directors of Music@Menlo in the Silicon Valley as well as Artistic Directors of Chamber Music Today, an annual festival in Seoul, South Korea.  Wu Han’s wide-ranging musical activities also include the launch of ArtistLed, classical music’s first musician-directed and Internet-based recording company, whose 19-album catalogue has won widespread acclaim. This is a milestone season as the label turns twenty in 2018. Passionately committed to education, she taught alongside the late Isaac Stern at Carnegie Hall and the Jerusalem Music Center for many years, and in 2013, she established the Finckel-Wu Han Chamber Music Studio at the Aspen Music Festival and School