Pianist Tanya Bannister was created in Hong Kong and begun to research the instrument in age group five. Bannister had taken her undergraduate in piano research in the Royal Academy of Music in London and completed at Yale with Claude Frank, although she had taken additional research with Richard Goode at Mannes University of Music. While at Yale, Bannister founded a chamber group, Trio Volante, which gained the Weill Hall Debut Award on the 1999 Norfolk Chamber Music Event. As soloist, she’s used orchestras all around the globe and received the Concert Performers Guild International Competition in 2003 as well as the Platinum Medal at the brand new Orleans International Piano Competition in 2005. Her earn was dampened relatively by the next hurricane and overflow that leveled a lot of New Orleans, but Bannister elected to accomplish something about any of it by becoming a member of three additional players on an advantage tour entitled Pianists for New Orleans that are increasing money to greatly help victims of Hurricane Katrina. Tanya Bannister’s 1st recording, a disk of Clementi sonatas for Naxos, premiered early in 2006.