(Advertisement)

Back At The Grand

Hu recovers from injury, returns to piano with SoNA

Posted: January 25, 2013 at 3:41 a.m.

Taiwanese concert pianist Ching-Yun Hu will be featured on Saturday with the Symphony of Northwest Arkansas. Hu was scheduled to perform last year, but an injury forced her to cancel.
Zoom

Taiwanese concert pianist Ching-Yun Hu will be featured on Saturday with the Symphony of Northwest Arkansas. Hu was scheduled to perform last year, but an injury forced her to cancel.

When the heavy door shut on her finger, causing it to bleed, the first thought on Ching-Yun Hu’s mind was not pain. It was about the various appearances the award-winning pianist was scheduled to make.

This story is only available from our archives.

Whats Up, Pages 14 on 01/25/2013

(Advertisement)



« Previous Story

Artist Solidly Behind Airy Sculptures

The exhibit “Tectonics” by artist Scott Carroll opened this week and will be on display at the Walton Arts Center through April 14. “Rings for Annie” is one of the pieces in the exhibit.

Sculptor Scott Carroll says his work is subtle, “not bang you over the head with an idea.” Carroll, a Fayettev... Read »

Next Story »

‘Best of Both Worlds’

Stephen Karam, a Pulitzer Prize finalist for his play “Sons of the Prophet,” will speak Feb. 2 at the Fayetteville Public Library. TheatreSquared will present the regional premiere of the play Feb. 15-March 3.

Playwright Stephen Karam says it just might be “the best of both worlds.” Karam, a Pulitzer Prize finalist for... Read »