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University of Central Arkansas - Min-Ho Yeh

Discussion in 'Schools and Universities' started by Ed, Jan 31, 2008.

  1. Ed

    Ed Founder Staff Member Administrator

    http://faculty.uca.edu/~miyeh/index.htm

    From his About Me page:

    Min-Ho Yeh, Assistant Professor of Clarinet at the University of Central Arkansas, holds degrees from the National Taiwan Normal University (B.A.), New England Conservatory (M.M.), and Indiana University (D.M.). His primary teachers include James Campbell, Thomas Martin, and Wei-Leng Chen.

    Dr. Yeh was a member of the Asian Youth Orchestra (1990), Taiwan Symphony Orchestra (1992?95), and The Magic Clarinet Quartet (1994?95); he has also performed with the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, Camerata Orchestra (IN), Arkansas Symphony Orchestra, and Pine Bluff Symphony (AR). He is currently principal clarinet of the Conway Symphony Orchestra and a member of Sunaura Woodwind Trio.

    Dr. Yeh has appeared at festivals such as the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival (1997), the Festival of the Sound (2000), the ClarinetFests in Utah (2003) and Japan (2005), and the Taiwan Connection Music Festival (2003, 2004). In May 2002, he was invited to perform in Boston, San Diego and Seattle as part of the Taiwanese-American Heritage Week concerts. His performance with the New England Conservatory Symphony Orchestra was praised in the Boston Globe, and his solo/chamber performances at the Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center, NY, in June 2003 was acclaimed in The New York Times. He has been heard on several radio stations, including the CBC Radio (Canada) and KLRE (Arkansas). He has also appeared on recordings such as Bridges to Bloomington with Trio Indiana (Crystal Records), Angelus Novus: compositions of John Zorn, and Contemporary American Wind Music with the NEC Wind Ensemble (Albany Records). His recording of J. S. BachÂ’s Six Organ Trio Sonatas with Zephyr Trio was released in 2004.
     
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