NAC is an art project for presenting and promoting creative multimedia piano music through artist collaboration, initiated by a group of musicians based in California.
Series of live performances showcasing multimedia concerts and exhibitions as well as recordings are produced and released for the project.
In NAC, piano music is transferred to a new version expressed by multiple art forms through various visions.
NAC produces unique and fresh multimedia piano music. Performance and recording feature collaboration among music performers, composers and visual artists, bringing audience the ultimate experience through sound and visual image.
The theme of the project in 2021 is New Piano Music Performing with Electronics and Visual Art.
Performance and Recording in 2021
Date: November 7th, 2021, 4:00PM
Venue: Old First Concerts, 1751 Sacramento Street, SF, CA 94109
Date: October, 2021, Date and Time To Be Determined
Venue: Recital Hall, Center for New Music, 55 TAYLOR STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102
Collaborator in 2020-2021
As an established pianist, in October 2018, TINGYUAN performed in events such as ‘Young Professional on Stage’ CAPMT Recital Series at Norcal Music and Arts Centerr, ‘‘Winners’ Concert’’ of The 2019 United States International Music Competition at the Recital Hall in the Santa Clara University, ‘Young Professionals on Stage’ Recital Series at 2018 CAPMT State Conference. In September 2017, TINGYUAN was invited to play a series of solo piano recitals in prestigious venues in China such as Gulangyu Concert Hall, Guangxi University, Steinway Gallery and etc.
As the winner of many national and international awards, TINGYUAN has won well-known piano competitions such as The 2019 United States International Music Competition, The 2018 Piano Competition of Montecito International Music Festival in California, The 2017 Steinway International Youth Piano Competition, The 2013 KAWAI Asia Piano Competition and so on.
TINGYUAN obtained the Master of Music degree on solo piano performance, under the instruction of the legendary pianist Daniel Pollack, from the Thornton School of Music at the University of Southern California.
Artist Website: LTingArts.com
Call for Visual Artist
We welcome artists from all the disciplines and fields submitting proposals and work samples to NAC. Currently NAC is looking for gifted visual artists to collaborate with our fantastic fellow composers.
NAC is also searching team member who are interested in voluntarily working for the project related to website managements, words editing, branding and marketing.
Please fill out the following form if you are interested.