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Episode 2: Ann Yeung
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March 29, 2010 08:50 AM PDT
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Known for her bold interpretations and diverse repertoire, Dr. Yeung has performed in festivals throughout Europe, Asia, and the Americas. She has won top prizes at the Nippon International Harp Competition, Lily Laskine International Harp Competition, American String Teachers Association National Solo Competition, Anne Adams Awards, and Ruth Lorraine Close Awards. To her credit, Dr. Yeung is the only person to simultaneously receive first prizes in the two highest divisions of the American Harp Society National Competition and Prix Renié. As a winner of Artists International, Dr. Yeung premiered her transcription of the Goldberg Variations at Carnegie Hall in 1999. She has premiered numerous compositions, including multi-media works at World Harp Congresses in Dublin and Amsterdam, and the National Flute Convention in New York City. She has made recordings for the Innova, Fons, Albany, and Cadenza labels.
You can contact Ann Yeung at annyeung@illinois.edu.

Episode 1: Cecile Corbel, Breton Celtic Harpist
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March 29, 2010 08:39 AM PDT
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"Imagine a red haired Celt from Brittany, just out of a Broceliande tale, with a voice that hovers somewhere between the high registers of Kate Bush, the purity of Sinead O Connor and the mysticism of Enya and you’ll have a good idea what this remarkable young harpist, arranger of traditional songs and original songwriter sounds like.”

Singer and Harpist Cecile Corbel was born in Brittany, in the Finistère, at the very west of Europe. In her teens, after learning the guitar, she discovered the Celtic harp. The young Breton composer and singer now shares her « pop folk Celtic » music with her musicians in France and abroad.
You can contact Cecile Corbel at cecile.corbel@netcourrier.com.

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