The PYPA application deadline is extended to April 30, 2018! We've had such a great response from students that we want to give as many as possible the chance to vie for a spot. Remember there are only 20 participants accepted. Now's your chance to show us what you've got! pypa.info/guidelines/#1512922054872-eeec8bca-a48d... See MoreSee Less
We’re getting ready to wrap up registration. You don’t want to miss this exceptional time of learning and music-making with some of the top pianists living right now: Graffman, Lowenthal, Dinnerstein, Abramovic, and Hu. ed.gr/rx5m... See MoreSee Less
Following her First Prize and several special awards at the 2017 Philadelphia International Piano Competition at PYPA, Huiping Cai, (PYPA young artist alumna, 2016-2017) will make her Taiwan debut at the prestigious National Taiwan Concert Hall in Taipei with Evergreen Symphony Orchestra. She will perform Mozart's Concerto for Two Pianos with PYPA artistic director Ching-Yun Hu and conductor Gernot Schmalfuss (facilitated by PYPA).
Huiping Cai has been re-engaged to return to Puffin Cultural Forum in New Jersey for a solo recital, recently won the Temple University Concerto Competition and will perform Rachmaninoff's Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini with the Temple Symphony Orchestra and conductor Andreas Delfs this spring.