Ten-year-old composer to perform at Flushing Town Hall tonight

Huang Tiange began playing his musical training at three years old, and now, at 10, he is gaining international notoriety as a talented young prodigy capable of performing difficult classical arrangements flawlessly, as well as composing moving pieces of his own.

He has received multiple awards from the American Society of Music Composers and Producers (ASCAP) for his accomplishments, which include composing his own suite at six years old.

At 3 p.m. today, Tiange will make his New York City debut at Flushing Town Hall, where he will perform three Mozart sonatas and his own original composition, the Xinjiang Suite, a song dedicated to the golden season, or as we know it more commonly here in the U.S., autumn.

Tickets for entry to the show are $10 for students, $12 for members, and $15 for general admission.



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