about this event
We are delighted to welcome the phenomenal Mengyang Pan back to Cranleigh Arts for a very special fundraiser concert celebrating Beethoven's 250th birthday! Book now to secure your seat for this remarkable celebration of Beethoven's work.
All profits from this fundraiser concert will support Cranleigh Arts (Registered charity no. 284186) in our mission "to enrich, entertain and inspire our community".
Please note that, due to current Covid-19 safety measures and track and trace requirements, customers must have a pre-booked ticket to attend this event. Tickets are for general admission. Your seat will be allocated to you on arrival. Please only book in your household or bubble.
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Mengyang Pan was born in China and has been living in the UK since 2000. She began her piano study at the age of three before becoming a junior student at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing. At the age of 14, she left her native China to study at the Purcell School in the UK with professor Tessa Nicholson. Upon graduating with high honours, she went on to complete her musical education at the Royal College of Music training under professor Gordon Fergus-Thompson and Professor Vanessa Latarche.
The prize winner of many competitions including Rina Sala Gallo International Piano competition, Bromsgrove International Young Musician’s Platform, Dudley International Piano Competition, Norah Sands Award, MBF Educational Award, Mengyang has performed in many prestigious venues such as the Royal Festival Hall, Wigmore Hall, Cadogan Hall, Bridgewater Hall, Birmingham Symphony Hall, Bruckner Haus amongst many others.
As soloist, Mengyang has appeared with many orchestras and her collaboration with conductors such as Maestro Vladimir Ashkenazy, John Wilson and Mikk Murdvee has gained the highest acclaim.
Apart from performing, Mengyang also finds much joy in teaching. In 2019, Mengyang was appointed piano professor at the world renowned Royal College of Music in London, she also teaches at Imperial College Blyth Centre for Music and Visual Arts.