Playing Toy Instruments with Serious Talent: Margaret Leng Tan

Margaret Leng Tan, the first woman to receive a Doctorate in Musical Arts from Juilliard, changed gears in the 1990s, and has made her name since as a toy pianist and toy instrument virtuoso.

SinoVision Journal reporter Lani Nelson went to her performance in the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Grand Tour: Asia series, and brings you the story.

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