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Chopin Berceuse in D flat major Op.57 -

Concert Pianist/ Music Educator

Anson K. Sin
D.M.A., M.M., M.M., B.A.


Enjoy! I look forward to seeing you. Thank you for all your support of my music endeavours.


Classical pianist to perform at Peninsula hall
 June 4 2022

Anson K. Sin, one of the rising young stars of the classical piano world, will give a solo piano recital at the acoustically splendid Maier Performance Hall (on the campus of Peninsula College) at 7:00 PM, Monday, June 6.


A native of Hong Kong, and a proud alumnus of Peninsula College, Mr. Sin has since received a Bachelor’s Degree from Hong Kong Baptist University, a Master’s in Piano Performance from Southern Oregon University and a Master’s in Piano Pedagogy from University of Oregon, as well as a Doctor of Musical Arts from the University of Oregon. His teachers include PC’s very own Kirstin Quigley Brye, at SOU, Alexander Tutunov (a name that is very familiar to Port Angeles audiences).


Possessing a rare combination of musical instinct, unique performance style, and technique, Anson K. Sin has found success in performances and competitions worldwide. He was first recognized for his debut performance with the Port Townsend Symphony Orchestra, at the age of eighteen, for which he received glowing reviews from critics: “Phenomenal in both the violin and the piano,” wrote Peninsula Daily News. “His beautiful playing is lovely, intimate, impression all in one… I could hear crisp, clear lines and details… brilliant control of the characters… very convincing style and bravura!,“ wrote Oregon Music Teachers National Association. Anson has performed as a concert pianist Internationally in many historical concert halls in the world, including Carnegie Hall (in NYC).

“Music enhances the education of our children by helping them to make connections and broadening the depth with which they think and feel. If we are to hope for a society of culturally literate people, music must be a vital part of our children’s education.”  – Yo-Yo Ma

Without music, life would be an error.

Friedrich Nietzsche

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