Zehao Bai began his journey with piano at home when he was three-year-old and made his first public concert at the age of fourteen. During the course of his study, Zehao won prizes from the Thousand Island International Piano Competition, Long Island International Piano Competition. He is currently pursuing his doctoral degree under the tutelage of Dr. Marina Lomazov and Dr. Joseph Rackers at the Eastman School of Music.
Ke’er Wang started her musical study at the age of five and continued through the affiliated schools of Sichuan Conservatory in China. She had her public debut at the age of sixteen. Ke’er was the featured soloist for South Carolina University Symphony Orchestra, Williamsburg Symphonic Orchestra and Virtuosi Brunenses Orchestra. She is now working on her doctoral degree at the Eastman School of Music under Dr. Marina Lomazov and Dr. Joseph Rackers. Apart from performing as soloists, Ke’er and Zehao often perform as a pianist-couple and work as a pianist team.
In the summer of 2016, Ke’er and Zehao together created the Miao’miao Piano Festival in Wuhai, China for pre-college pianists and received wide local support and praise.
Sonata in B Minor
Carnaval, Op. 9
- Valse noble
- A.S.C.H. S.C.H.A.
- Pantalon et Colombine
- Valse allemande – Paganini
- Marche des “Davidsbündler” contre les Philistins
Three movements from Petrushka, four hands
- Russian Dance
Zehao Bai and Ke’er Wang