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Richmond piano students learn from a great

Young pianists Sarah Yu Tao, Alvina Yee, Dickson Wong, Anson Huang, Terri Wu and Wen Wang performed under the scrutiny of Janet Scott-Hoyt.  - Trudy Morse photo
Young pianists Sarah Yu Tao, Alvina Yee, Dickson Wong, Anson Huang, Terri Wu and Wen Wang performed under the scrutiny of Janet Scott-Hoyt.
— image credit: Trudy Morse photo

Pianist and pedagogue Janet Scott-Hoyt hosted a piano master class for young Richmond music students Sunday.

The Richmond Branch of the B.C. Registered Music Teachers Association organized the afternoon event at Richmond Presbyterian Church.

Scott-Hoyt, one of three adjudicators of the four-day Pacific Piano Competition at Gateway Theatre last week, discussed each performance with the audience.

Scott-Hoyt is associate professor and associate chair of undergraduate studies at University of Alberta’s School of Music.

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