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Lynn J. Yen, is the Founder and Executive Director of the Foundation for the Revival of Classical Culture, whose self-assigned mission is to revive the practice of the Classical principle in music and science among the American people, especially the young, and to place the words and music of Bach, Mozart, Beethoven and others at the disposal of those that most need and want them. Ms. Yen started studying the piano at the age of 7, the same time as when she started practicing Chinese calligraphy. In a previous life, she worked in Finance. Her main responsibilities were advising non-US based natural resource and alternative energy groups through partnerships and acquisitions with U.S. based firms and in assisting clients with their capital raising needs. She spent several years in fundraising and operational capacities, during which she worked with a variety of organizations ranging from start-ups to the Fortune 500.

Concert at New York City’s Carnegie Hall Zankel Hall – Properly Performed Masterpieces

The Foundation For The Revival Of Classical Culture presents master pianist Tian Jiang in a concert entitled “Properly Performed Masterpieces.” The concert will take place at New York City’s Carnegie Hall Zankel Hall, May 28, 2013 at 7:30 pm. The program includes Beethoven’s Sonata no.7 in E flat Major, op.10, no.3; the Sonata no.23 in F minor, “Appassionata” op 57; and Brahms’ Variations on a Theme by Handel, op.24.

Subjects: Features

The Foundation for the Revival of Classical Culture

The mission of The Foundation for the Revival of Classical Culture is the reintroduction of Classical principles of musical, artistic, and scientific practice and performance into the daily lives of American and other citizens, especially youth. Lynn J. Yen, Executive Director of the foundation, discusses the organization’s work to ensure that any young person that wishes to can meet and embrace the true world of Classical music, and that they should likewise be provided with the means to make this music his/her own.

Subjects: Leadership
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