Tatyana Kebuladze, Pianst: A native of Kyiv, Ukraine, Tatyana graduated from the Glière State Music College in her home town, the alma mater of Vladimir Horowitz. Arriving in America in 1998, she continued her studies at Montclair State University in New Jersey, graduating with honors and winning the School of the Arts Talent Award. She then continued earning a Master of Music degree at Rutgers University in New Jersey, where she now serves on the piano faculty. For four years, she was the accompanist for the New Jersey Children’s Choir, performing throughout the United States and Canada.
She has also performed as guest artist with the New Jersey Chamber Music Society.
Her appearances as a soloist and accompanist have included concerts at the Kosciuszko Foundation, Carnegie Weill Recital Hall, 92nd Street Y and St Bartholomew’s Church in New York, a lecture-recital at Columbia University Teachers’ College, also in New York, the New Jersey Performing Art Center and the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart in Newark, New Jersey. She was a guest pianist at the Niagara Falls International Summer Festival, Ontario, in 2000. More recently, she presented a piano master-class and evening recital at Agder University in Kristiansand, Norway.
Dr. Wan-Yi Pan: Cellist, is a native of Taiwan, excels in both orchestral and chamber performances. She has appeared with the Erie Youth Orchestra, Mansfield Symphony, Cleveland Institute Orchestra, Rutgers Symphony Orchestra. She has also participated in the Kneisel Hall Summer Chamber Music Program and the Quartet Summer Program. In June of 2002, she toured the US, Armenia and Russia with the American Russian Young Artists Orchestra. During the final concert of this Fifteenth Anniversary Tour at the Pushkin Museum in Moscow, Dr. Pan was principal cello, performing Tchaikovsky’s Fifth Symphony under the baton of Maestro Paavo Järvi. She has subsequently been invited to join the Amirus chamber players, ARYO’s most talented alumni. She has performed with Amirus at the Joslyn Art Museum, The Hillwood Museum in Washington DC and the Harriman Institute of Columbia University. In September, 2004 she was part of ARYO’s Musika 2004 chamber tour through the Volga and Ural regions of Russia. During 2004 and 2005 at New York, Dr. Pan was performing frequently with the New England Music Ensemble in famous concert halls like the Carnegie Hall.
Her teachers have included Peter Wiley of the distinguished Guarneri String Quartet, Richard Weiss, Jonathan Spitz, Merry Peckham and Alan Harris.
Dr. Pan attended the Cleveland Institute of Music for Bachelor. After her graduate school study at SUNY Purchase College, she was accepted as a doctoral candidate at Rutgers University, State University of New Jersey with a fellowship grant.