The Keyboard Trust presents Hao Zi Yoh – Steinway Hall, London

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Described as a young artist with great sensitivity to tone colour (PianoNews), Malaysian pianist Hao Zi is top prize winner in many international competitions, which led her to concert opportunities around Europe as well as performances with orchestras.

In one of these opportunities, she performs in a live concert at the prestigious Steinway Hall in London.

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The Keyboard Trust

8 Chester Square Mews, London SW1W 9DS

http://keyboardtrust.org

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