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A glamorous Fashion Show & Gala took place to commemorate the 24th season of Vancouver Fashion Week, and there was no shortage of beautiful new designs, multiculturalism and emerging talent!

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An elegant fashion show and luncheon took place yesterday at the Fairmont Pacific Rim, and it was all for a great cause – to improve the lives of cancer patients.

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Check out the one of a kind glass Schimmel Glass Piano featuered on CTV News, handmade in Germany.

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By Chuck Chiang, Vancouver Sun

A renowned Vancouver piano prodigy has added one more award to his proverbial mantle Wednesday, become only the second Canadian artist to win a Young Steinway Artist award...

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Young Steinway Artist Louis Wei was interviewed by Global TV Mandarin. It will be on air at 7:00PM, September 25, 2013.

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September 25, 2013. Vancouver, BC – Tom Lee Music is very proud to announce that Vancouver’s own Louis Wei has been named the first Young Steinway Artist in BC. Although Louis is only 16 years old, he is already an accomplished musician...

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Virtuosic Phoenia Gao approached her eighth birthday by playing Theodore Oesten’s Doll’s Dream on a $200,000 Schimmel K213 Glass grand piano.

Aimed at transpacific guests, an event titled The Best Of The Best took place in the Rocky Mountaineer station recently. Displays included a Sea Ray motor vessel, a yacht-sized Rolls-Royce convertible, jewelry, artworks and three grand pianos from Tom Lee Music. One Steinway had its wood components decorated with Haida motifs. Beside it, a $200,000 Schimmel K213 disposed of wood entirely. Its case, lid, legs and stool were made entirely of Plexiglas, and the instrument was ringed by twinkling lights. Liberace would have loved it.

 

What those present loved was a performance of Theodor Oesten’s Doll’s Dream by Phoenia Gao, who breezily said she was “almost eight.” Although reportedly playing the piano for only eight months, she won a first prize at the Vancouver Kiwanis Music Festival in April. From the keyboard in the station, she could see an undisputed best of the best.

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