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Shelley Jauh-Shiang Chen | Operosa


Shelley Jauh-Shiang Chen

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Shelley Jauh-Shiang Chen


Jauh-Shiang Shelley Chen, vocalist and pianist, has performed many concerts, mostly in central Texas but in New York City,Tennessee city and in Asian countries as well. From 2006-2011, Miss Chen was The invited performer of both the national anthem of the USA and that of Taiwan at The opening concert of the Austin Performing Arts Center. During the same year Shelley conducted The Austin Chanson Choir, presenting a Number of public concerts.Recently she received teacher recognition awards in both Chinese Education and Music. She was also nominated as an Overseas specialty talent Person of 2008. From 1996-2012 she was invited by Central Presbyterian Church and performed solo recitals at The Noontime recitals there. As an award-winner vocalist, The Multicultural Artist Partnership Festival invited her to perform several solo concerts. In 2006, she performed as soloist before the Governor of Texas and Mayor of Austin. In 2005, as guest artist, she performed her concert, “La grandeur,” at Huston-Tillotson University. And in 2004, Miss Chen performed on invitation by the Taiwanese Government the La grandeur concert in the famed National Concert hall in Taipei. While there, she presented this concert in the city of Kaohsiung and in another hall in Taipei. She also sang as a special solo artist with the Taipei Ching-Yunn Chorus. Most of her performances were broadcast live over national television and radio stations and were reported by the University magazine, the San Marcos local newspaper, the Taiwan Hakka magazine, and Taiwan Artists magazine.
Miss Chen received her Masters degree in Music performance from Texas State University in San Marcos. Initially, she was pursuing a music degree from the University of Texas at Austin. After she received a scholarship from the Huston-Tillotson University, she transferred to its music school and graduated with a bachelor of music degree, both in Voice and Piano.

Specialties:Shelley is a native of Taiwan. She graduated with major in Voice and minor in Piano, also San-Shiuan from Shu-Te high school, where she was named outstanding vocalist and top graduate in the school of music. After music high school she continued music study at Japan MUSASHINO Conservatoire, majoring in voice performance. She received a certificate in Music-Theory from the Royal Schools of Music in London. Also, she received numerous professional vocal competition awards in Taiwan and US.