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PianoTexas Teachers / Amateurs Concerto Competition

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Second piano – Mei Li

2:00 Wei Ling Wang Beethoven No. 3 (I) 12
2:12 Christina Long Chopin No. 2 (I) 13
2:24 Joann Oh Mozart K. 467 (I) 14
2:38 Joel Goodman Schumann A minor (I) 16
2:54 Timea Bor Bach D minor (III) 7

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3:15 Darren Lee Chopin No. 2 (I) 13
3:28 Wen Ling Chua Mozart K. 415 (I) 10
3:38 Kristi Baker Schumann A minor (II) 6
3:44 Myungsook Stoudenmire Mozart K. 466 (I) 12

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4:10 Utako Tanigawa Mozart K. 467 (II & III) 13
4:23 Thomas Nixon Saint-Saëns No. 2 (II & III) 14
4:37 Georgina Lavery Mozart K. 467 (I) 14
4:51 Wakana Hamada Beethoven No. 5 (III) 12

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5:20 Jinson Kim Mendelssohn No. 1 (I & III) 18
5:38 Jon Lee Beethoven No. 4 (II & III) 15
5:53 Michael Schneider Schumann A minor (I) 16
6:08 Zachary Weiner Mozart K. 488 (II & III) 16


In-person tickets must be reserved at least 12 hours prior to the event. No exceptions.

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Recital Requirements: 

• Audience members must wear a face mask/covering for the duration of the performance and sit in their reserved seat. 

• Performers and audience will greet each other without physical contact. 

• Performers and audience members will practice physical distancing of at least 6 feet. 

• All performers and audience members will wipe down their chair, music stand, or similar shared surfaces at the conclusion of the performance. 

• No food or beverages will be served. 

Failure to adhere to these guidelines will result in your dismissal from the performance.

Monday, June 7 at 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Ed Landreth Hall and Auditorium
2800 South University Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76109

Event Type

Concerts & Performances

Target Audience

General Public


Arts & Culture, Social & Entertainment


teachers, amateurs, Concertos




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Carol Wazlavek

Carol Wazlavek left a positive review 6/6/2021

This was great fun to watch! Too bad they can't all win and have that experience of playing with an orchestra. Everyone needs to learn to take their applause with grace, and to thank their accompanist (just a few did). This is a nightmare for any accompanist, I understand that Mei Li only had a week's kudo's to her. I'd like the name of the energy drink that got her through 17 concertos.


Gail 6/7/2021

Wonderful concerto performances so far!! Thank you for online access. Gail Arbetter

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