Pius Cheung

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Pius Cheung (Chinese name: ) is a marimbist and composer, called " a young Chinese-Canadian virtuoso," by the New York Times. [1] He began teaching in the music performance percussion program at the University of Oregon in 2011. He received his Bachelor of Music from the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia, his Artist Diploma from The Boston Conservatory, and his Doctorate from the University of Michigan.

Pius Cheung

Recorded works[edit]

  • Goldberg Variations BWV 988, J.S. Bach, arranged for solo marimba (June 2006, Pius Cheung). This was reviewed by Vivian Schweitzer of the New York Times [1]

Published works[edit]

  • A set of five Musical Moments (Lust, Storm, Solitude, Dance of the Golden Mean, and Romance) (for solo marimba; published by Connecticut Hill Music Publisher)
  • Marimba Concerto with String Orchestra
  • Sonata No. 1 "Vitanata"
  • Ballade for Eriko Daimo
  • Etude in e minor (for solo marimba)

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