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Yo-Yo and Yeou-Cheng Ma
Children"s biography of the Chinese-American cellist and his sister, a pediatrician. Both children were trained in music by their father.
|Other titles||Yo-Yo & Yeou-Cheng Ma|
|Statement||by Ai-Ling Louie ; illustrated by Cathy Peng|
|Series||Amazing Asian Americans, Amazing Asian Americans|
|Contributions||Peng, Cathy, ill|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||2011946170|
Dr. Yeou-Cheng Ma, executive director of the Children's Orchestra Society, backstage before the society’s 45th Annual Spring Concert in Rockville Centre, N.Y., on June Yo-Yo & Yeou-Cheng Ma, Finding Their Way: Amazing Asian Americans has 0 reviews and 0 ratings.
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Yo-Yo Ma and his sister Yeou-Cheng have an amazing story of perseverance. They were raised by strict Chinese parents who provided love and discipline, but each managed to chart a unique course, finding a voice apart from their parents' ambition/5(5). Yo-Yo Ma and his sister Yeou-Cheng have an amazing story of perseverance.
They were raised by strict Chinese parents who provided love and discipline, but each managed to chart a unique course, finding a voice apart from their parents' ambition/5(5). Her childrens biography series, "Amazing Asian Americans" currently contains three books: "Vera Wang, Queen of Fashion", "Yo-Yo and Yeou-Cheng Ma, Finding Their Way", and her book, the first children's biography published in the US 4/5(7).
Yeou-Cheng Ma, Sister of Yo-Yo, Continues a Legacy Ricky Rhodes for The New York Times InLeonard Bernstein, presiding over a fund-raiser in Washington called American Pageant for the Arts, Author: Anthony Tommasini. Yeou-Cheng Ma collaborated with the Lark Quartet, cellist Hai Ye Ni and Yo-Yo Ma, violinist Stephanie Chase, and has performed in chamber music concerts with faculty and friends of the Children's Orchestra at the Alice Tully and Merkin Hall, the United Nations, the 92nd Street Y, the Cathedral of St.
John the Divine in Manhattan, Wave Hill, and toured Europe, Asia and Location: th Street Fresh Meadows, NY USA. When Yeou-Cheng Ma was a child, her father was her teacher.
He had been her mother's teacher, too; later, both were music students at the Sorbonne. It was there that they fell in love and married. The cellists (Ma) is known for his collaborations with other artists belonging to various genres.
Some of the musicians he performed with are Young-Uck Kim (violin), Emanuel Ax (piano), Isaac Stern (violin) and Jaime Laredo (violin).
Emanuel Ax and Yo-Yo Ma recorded the sonatas of Ludwig van Beethoven in and works by Johannes Brahms in Younger Years. Born on October 7,in Paris, France, Yo-Yo Ma is a a classically trained cellist and songwriter of Chinese descent who was brought up playing pieces created by the great masters.
Yo-Yo Ma has 18 books on Goodreads with ratings. Yo-Yo Ma’s most popular book is This I Believe 2. Books by Yo-Yo Ma. Yo-Yo Ma Average rating ratings 32 reviews shelved times Showing 18 distinct works.
The true story of Chinese American siblings trained by their father to become famous musicians. One fulfilled his father"s dream. The other fulfilled her own. Yeou-Cheng Ma, executive director of the Children’s Orchestra Society and Yo-Yo Ma’s sister, in Syosset, N.Y., 15 June The orchestra, founded by their father, is celebrating its 50th anniversary at Carnegie Hall.
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Three-year-old Yo-Yo Ma did not want to take violin lessons. He wanted to play a big instrument. When his parents bought him a child-sized cello, it turned out to be a historic decision.
From child prodigy to turbulent adolescent to husband, father, and music icon, Yo-Yo Ma has gone on to become the most famous living classical musician in the world.
Over the years the media has portrayed Dr. Yeou-Cheng Ma, Yo-Yo Ma's sister, as a sullen character, a lesser-known prodigy hidden by her brother’s shadow. The reality is. - Buy Yo-Yo and Yeou-Cheng Ma: Finding Their Way (Amazing Asian Americans) book online at best prices in India on Read Yo-Yo and Yeou-Cheng Ma: Finding Their Way (Amazing Asian Americans) book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified s: 4.
Yo-Yo and Yeou-Cheng Ma, Finding Their Way: Amazing Asian Americans: : Ai-Ling Louie, Cathy Peng: BooksReviews: 5. This book (which followed the inaugural book in the series, Vera Wang: Queen of Fashion) explores the life of renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma and his talented sister Yeou-Cheng Ma.
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