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Illusions is Elizabeth Tsung’s New Ep | Edgar Allan Poets

Good Day Noir Family,
our “Edgar Allan Poets’ Artists/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Elizabeth Tsung and her new Ep Illusions. I found this Artist on Spotify and I was fascinated by her music.

Illusions is Elizabeth Tsung’s New Ep | Edgar Allan Poets

In this blog, we always like to introduce you to artists who have chosen classical music as a source of expression. Today is Elizabeth Tsung’s turn.

We are certainly dealing with a very talented artist, with a lot of compositional experience behind her.

As soon as I pressed the play button and the magical notes of her songs began to caress my ears, I found myself in a parallel universe.

All my thoughts have vanished and this beautiful music has guided me on an ancestral journey.

I saw myself walking among the yellow leaves of autumn, I saw the herons go towards the sunset and I swam with the dolphins in the Caribbean sea.

Illusions is an incredible musical experience capable of making you fly with your imagination.

The sweetness and refinement of the melodies are moving. Elizabeth Tsung’s interpretation is masterful.

This Ep should be sipped slowly like a glass of chianti. I recommend that you listen to it several times to appreciate every nuance and detail.

Absolutely recommended to everyone, this music heals your soul.

Illusions is Elizabeth Tsung’s Ep Out Now!

Refined and Magical!

Illusions is Elizabeth Tsung’s New Ep | Edgar Allan Poets

Elizabeth Tsung has been playing the violin for over 20 years. She studied violin performance at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, where she performed Milhaud’s L’Orestie d’Eschyle, which was nominated for a GRAMMY award. Right before she graduated (miraculously), she got into a car accident and injured her arm. After graduation, she took a hiatus from the violin. Following her hiatus, she started a YouTube channel but took time off again to heal.

During that time she slowly immersed herself in playing piano, writing, and photography. Hearing one of her favorite pieces (Bach’s Ciaccona) after an extended period of not listening to it reignited her love for the violin again, and she picked up her violin again after her next hiatus.

Elizabeth’s first album was released in October 2020 featuring both instruments in multiple voices.

Elizabeth currently performs for different orchestras and ensembles in the NYC area. She has played at Carnegie Hall, The DiMenna Center for Classical Music, Kaufman Music Center, Paramount Hudson Valley Theater, Kerrytown Concert House, Hill Auditorium, The University of Michigan Museum of Art, New York Fashion Week and more.

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