“The Carpenter’s Trio” - March 19 - 3pm - St. Joseph Basilica, Alameda, CA.
Meet the Performers:
The Cellist: Amy Leung
Amy Leung is one of the three incredibly talented individuals who will be performing for us on Sunday, March 19th at 3pm at St. Joseph Basilica, 1109 Chestnut, Alameda.
Cellist Amy Leung has performed chamber music throughout the US and in Europe, Israel, Hong Kong, China, Australia and Guatemala, and has appeared in concert with the Emerson and Guarneri Quartets, the Kennedy Center Theatre Chamber Players, Washington Bach Consort and Washington Musica Viva. She was winner of the Kranichsteiner Interpretation Prize at the International Music Institute, Darmstadt. She was Associate Clinical Professor at the George Washington University and has taught at the University of Virginia and the University of Utah. She has given master classes and lecture/demonstrations at the Beijing Central Conservatory, Georgetown University, Hong Kong University, Hong Kong Urban Council, ASTA/ESTA International Workshops in Graz and the Duke Ellington School for the Arts (Washington, DC). A graduate of the New England Conservatory, she earned a Doctor of Musical Arts degree as a Guarneri Fellow at the University of Maryland. Born in San Francisco, Amy moved back to the Bay Area in 2010 to raise a family. During the summer she performs as a member of the Grand Teton Music Festival in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Join us on Sunday, March 19th to see her perform along with violinist Tom Stone and pianist/host Donna Stoering.