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Rose Piano Duo to perform several local programs

The Rose Piano Duo will be touring central Kentucky this coming week, and invites all to attend one of their programs. The duo, husband and wife Hsing-Yi Tsai and John Rose, are both gifted pianists. They will be performing works by master composers for piano, four hands, and two pianos. Their local performances will kick off in Slider Hall at Lindsey Wilson College, with additional performances in Campbellsville, Loretto, and Glasgow.
  • Wednesday, October 18 - Lindsey Wilson College, Slider Hall, 3pmCT
  • Thursday, October 19 - Bluegrass Way Assisted Living, 10amET
  • Thursday, October 19 - Campbellsville University, 8pmET
  • Friday, October 20 - Campbellsville University Masterclass, 10amET-NoonET
  • Friday, October 20 - Loretto Motherhouse, 7pmET
  • Saturday, October 22 - Glasgow Musicale, Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 2pmCT
All programs are free of charge. Times are local.


Dr. Hsing-Yi Tsai, a native of Taiwan, is a recording project pianist who earned her doctorate in piano performance at West Virginia University. She served as a graduate teaching assistant and studied piano with Dr. Peter Amstutz and chamber music with Dr. Lucy Mauro. Dr. Tsai previously earned both the Artist Diploma and Master of Music in piano performance as a student of Dr. Wesley Roberts at Campbellsville University. She and her husband are founders of the international music organization Guang Yin (Light of Music) and perform and host music events internationally as Rose Piano Duo.

Dr. John Alan Rose, an international prize-winning pianist and composer, has twice performed his own piano music at Carnegie Hall in New York City. His compositions, including solo works, an opera, concertos for piano, violin, and cello concerto, have been performed in North America, Europe and Asia. Dr. Rose has appeared on radio and TV commenting and playing his own music and has recorded his works on various labels. At the age of eighteen he played the complete Chopin Etudes in concerts throughout Ohio and West Virginia. His studies took him to Baldwin-Wallace College Conservatory and Cleveland, where he worked with Dr. Robert Mayerovitch and Professor Dina Khudaiberdieva, then later at Indiana University where he was a student of Dr. Karen Shaw. Subsequently he studied under pianist Frederic Chiu and conductor/composer Robert Ian Winstin. Dr. Rose is presently Head of School at St. John Central Academy in Ohio.



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2023-10-16 - Campbellsville, KY - Photo courtesy Wesley Roberts.
Husband and wife Hsing-Yi Tsai and John Rose are both gifted pianists. The Duo will be touring central Kentucky this coming week, and invites all to attend one of their programs.

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