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Tiberius défilé at the Nationalbibliothek

Tiberius défilé at the Nationalbibliothek

Chanda will be dressed in couture and performing works by Rachmaninoff, Debussy and Ravel with violinist Rusanda Panfili on November 9th for Tiberius Wien‘s presentation of their new fashion line in the opulent Prunksaalof the Austrian National Library.  

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PODIUM FESTIVAL Mödling 2015

PODIUM FESTIVAL Mödling 2015
Chanda is playing a lot of Ravel these days, and enjoyed very much discovering the Histoires Naturelles with mezzo Natalia Kazalek for the Podium Festival this past month. All photos © by PODIUMfestival.at Zwischen dem 24. und 27. September 2015 schlägt das PODIUM Festival erneut seine Zelte auf, umRead more...

Ludovic Tézier at the Staatsoper

Ludovic Tézier at the Staatsoper

Why a beautiful voice is not enough for a beautiful evening: Ludovic Tézier at the Staatsoper Tézier, with his beautifully full, easy baritone sound and reputation for attention to diction is a singer I have appreciated on stage for some time and was looking forward to his

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Love, Light & Fashion

Love, Light & Fashion

Mosaïque 17 June 2014

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L’Invitation au Voyage

L'Invitation au Voyage

Mosaïque 8 April 2014

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Mosaïque concert series opening | Storytelling

Mosaïque concert series opening | Storytelling

The concert which launched Mosaique: opening event at Brick-5 Mosaïque is an innovative concert series created by pianists Deirdre Brenner and Chanda VanderHart in 2013. Concerts take place monthly at BRICK-5, a beautiful, lofted space that was originally a pea-shucking factory in Vienna’s 15th district. Each Mosaïque concert

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Chanda VanderHart – pianist, chamber musician, art song accompanist, vocal coach.

In 2015, Chanda celebrates 15 years living in Vienna, Austria, the music capital of Europe where she has been acquiring a solid musical education, worked with world-class musicians and singers and developed exciting music related projects.

 

There's nothing remarkable about it. All one has to do is hit the right keys at the right time and the instrument plays itself.

Johann Sebastian Bach

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