Yang and Olivia Liu to Perform in Bryan, Ohio on March 15, 2014

2014 March 4
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“An unforgettable evening of storytelling by a violin and a piano…” – Hainan Music

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – (February 24, 2014) – International violin and piano duo Yang and Olivia Liu will perform their exotic mix of classic repertoire and distinctive Chinese compositions at the Bryan Arts and Education Auditorium, 120 South Beech Street, Bryan, Ohio on Saturday, March 15, 2014 at 7:30 p.m.  Individual tickets at the door for this performance are $25 for adults and $5 for students.

Season tickets to the Williams County Community Concert Association Live On Stage 2014-2015 series are now available during their annual spring campaign, March 10, 2014 through April 10, 2014. Subscriptions prices to the five-concert series are $55 (adult), $15 (student) and $135 (family).  For more information, or to purchase tickets, call 419-636-3550. Tickets may also be purchased from the Bryan Area Chamber of Commerce, 138 S. Lynn Street.

Violinist Yang Liu is an internationally acclaimed soloist and Tchaikovsky Competition winner (Moscow); Olivia Liu, an award-winning concert pianist and scholar. Yang met the future Mrs. Liu as her page-turner.   Since that fateful evening the virtuoso husband and wife duo have concertized internationally in prestigious music venues, including the Ravinia Festival (Chicago), Kennedy Center (Washington D.C.), Oficina Music Festival (Brazil), Algarve Music Festival (Portugal) and throughout China.   In addition to performing Mr. Liu holds a post at Roosevelt University College of Performing Arts, and Ms. Liu at Vander Cook College.

According to President Myrna Grove, the Williams County Community Concert Association Live On Stage has been presenting internationally acclaimed artists to the community since 1953.  This all-volunteer, nonprofit organization is committed to enriching the cultural life of Northwest Ohio through live performances.  Thanks to the generosity of Patrons and Sponsors, these concerts are offered to the public at affordable, family-friendly prices. Historical moments will be shared at each concert during the 60th celebratory year.