Hanni Liang is a pianist, concert creator, researcher, lecturer at the University of Music and Theatre Munich and founder of the TONALiSTEN Collective with which she is searching for the future of classical concert life.
Next to concerts in the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, the Piano Festival Ruhr or Kurhaus Wiesbaden, she is initiating social-artistic and participative concerts at festivals like Heidelberger Frühling, Ludwigsburger Schlossfestspiele, Reeperbahn Festival or Mozartfest Würzburg.
»I want to have been
a loving mother of two wonderful children«
a Pianist, who has listened deeply and never stopped seeking«
a concert-creator who has made a difference, even if in a small way«
a researcher who has never stopped learning and being curious«
a teacher, who has inspired students to shape their own future«
a woman, who has stood up for society, nature and human rights«
Who do you want to have been?
29.1.2023 At 15:00
Wald – München, Germany
12.2.2023 At 10:00
Common Ground Workshop – Heidelberger Frühling
Common Ground - what is connecting us in diversity? In a workshop with people from Heidelberg we‘re going to find it out, create a artistic concept together and bring it on stage in a concert at Heidelberger Frühling.
25.3.2023 At 15:00
Common Ground – Heidelberger Frühling
What is connecting us in diversity? A concert developed together with young people, the Scouts from Heidelberg
20.5.2023 At 11:00
The 17 Goals – Ludwigsburger Schlossfestspiele
How do the 17 sustainable development goals sound like? What if they are interpreted musically? An experimental concert about climate, taking actions and individuals.
2.6.2023 At 19:00
StadtBegegnung – Mozartfest Würzburg
I‘m happy to curate the festival in festival which is taking place at the M PopUp. Four weeks about different views, happenings, thoughts and feelings which is connecting us with the city we‘re living in and people we‘re living with.
17.6.2023 At 17:00
MozartLabor – Mozartfest Würzburg
What is the classical concert and what can it also be? What is the future of classical music life. Together with the students from MozartLabor, we‘re going to ask these questions and to develop a concert for the Mozartfest 2024
23.6.2023 At 19:00
Das Haus – Brussels, Belgium
A concert of improvisation, inspired by people of the now
30.6.2023 At 19:00
Mendelssohn Piano Concerto – Rostock
Mendelssohn Piano Concert No. 1, in g Minor with Norddeutsche Philharmonie Rostock
2.7.2023 At 19:00
StadtTreffen – Mozartfest Würzburg
The final concert of the festival in festival taking place at Mozartfest Würzburg and ending in a big concert of enhances all over the city
15.7.2023 At 17:00
Walking concerts – Versicherungskammer München
I‘m very happy to curate the walking concerts connecting people of the city with classical music and topics of our time
17.9.2023 At 15:00
Women – Berlin, Germany
A concert about the right of women