方秀蓉Patsy Fang Chen 

175 Willoughby Street Suite 2A, Brooklyn, New York 11201 USA

Tel. 718-834-8904†† Cellular Phone: 917-912-8288

Web Site: www.patsychen.com

E-mail: patsychen@aol.com

 

 

 

Jia-Yi He is a world-class harmonica virtuoso.He has received numerous awards in international Festival & competitions in England, Germany, Israel, Japan and United States.Jia-Yi served as a member of the judging committees in the Asia-Pacific Harmonica Competition in Taiwan, Malaysia and Hong Kong.

Jia-Yi He appeared as a soloist with the China National Symphony Orchestra, China National Ballet Symphonic Orchestra, the Nassau Pops Symphony Orchestra and many other orchestras.He has appeared on many TV stations including ABC-news, News 12 Long Island and Queens Public Television in the United States.Jia-Yi has recorded harmonica music for a number of movies, radio stations and CDs.Mr. He is a harmonica teacher at the Turtle Bay Music School in Manhattan, New York.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jenny He is the daughter of Jia-Yi He, she is an accomplished pianist who began studied when she was 4 years old, she performed with Jia-Yi He at New 12 Long Island TV channel and Queens Public Television special program and many concerts, such as: the 37th SPAH anniversary festival in Detroit, Michigan in 2000 and the 32nd Garden State Harmonica Festival in New Jersey in 2003.

 

She published 5 painting in magazine the 21st Century and won 20 medals (5 from NYS) in relay competition.

Jenny is very talent in Math. She got all 100% on course 1, 2, & 3 regents in her Sewanhaka high school. She got 800 (perfect score) for math in SAT test.Jenny won the first place at Pi Day Contest in her high school, she recited the first 127 decimal places of pi (3.141592654Ö) on 3/14/01.She won the first place again with recited 226 digitals in same competition next year.

 

She was a 2002 yearís winner of the Town of Hempsteadís Community Service and Excellence Award.

 

Jenny is student at Cooper Union in Manhattan, she received full tuition for her 4-year engineering study, Jenny started a piano club in her college.