Staff & Instructors
Michael A. Stokes
National Ballet Company, Crofton, Maryland;
Rhythm nation Performing Arts of Texas Euless, Texas;
Conservatory of Classical Ballet, Dallas, Texas;
Ballet Academy of Texas Fort Worth, Texas
Ballet, hip-hop, modern, character and jazz.
Auditioned for and received scholarships from the school of American Ballet (NewYork), The San Francisco Ballet, The American Ballet Theatre (New York), Cecchetti Council of America (Michigan), The Julillana Schools (SanDiego), Gus Giordano Dance Center (Chicago), Debbie Allen Dance Academy (Culver City, CA) and The University of North Carolina School of Arts.
Sep.2012 Department of Chinese Painting in Luxun Academy of Fine Art (MFA)
Sep. 2008 Luxun Academy of Fine Art (BFA)
Neither/Or Hoffberger School of Painting Fall Show––MICA Lazarus Center Gallery
2015 Chinese Department of Painting Graduate Show––LAFA Gallery 06/15/2015
Water and Ink Experimental Work Show––LAFA Gallery 2014
Participated in the Traditional Chinese Painting—National College Student Flowers and Birds Painting Show held by Central Academy of Fine Arts in 2014.
Participated in the National Group Exhibitions of Nine Cities in 2014.
Presented in Chinese Young Artists Works Exhibition in the Gallery of Huangshang Morning Paper in 2014.
Organized the Small-Size Art Exhibition held in Lunxun Academy of Fine Arts in 2013.
Organized and participated in the Art Activity of Returning—In a Visual Way in Lunxun Academy of Fine Arts in December 2012.
Organized and participated in “Zhixing Ink Painting Show” in 2010.
Organized and participated in “Art --- Traditional Chinese Painting Show” in 2009.
Took part in Wenchuan Earthquake Donation Activity in 2008.
Crystal M. Adair
Becci E. Kim
Former member of the Shanghai Philharmonic Society Music genres include Classical Music, Liturgical Music, German Lieder, French and English Art Songs, and Chinese Folk Music Conducting
Conductor and Artistic Director, Columbia Chinese Choral Arts Society (CCCAS) (2006 to 2013)
Conductor and Artistic Director, Yellow River Art Ensemble (YRAE) (2011 to 2013)
Conductor, Washington Chinese Chorus (WCC) (2004 – 2007)
In 2013, Yijia set up Perfect Music Art Studio together with her friends at No. 699, Xinhua Road, Shanghai, with main services of arts education, including piano teaching, tea art training and guqin training, etc.
At the beginning of the creation of the studio, She got numerous valuable experience in teaching and management through learning by trial and error and assistance from seniors. She learned piano since five years old, learning after Professor Shi Jinglin, head of Piano Department in School of Music of Qingdao University;
in 2008, She was admitted to art class of High School Affiliated to China Ocean University;
in 2011, She was admitted to the specialty of piano performances in East China Normal University with the first prize at national level, learning after Professor Hou Runyu, dean, German pianist and conductor as well as Professor Zhang Dingyuan, famous pianist and educator;
in 2012, She studied and performed in Austria Innsbruck, guided by great masters such as pianist Krassimira Jordan, Thomas Kreuzberger and her performances were well received;
in 2013, She performed at the Commemorate Debussy Show in Shanghai Concert Hall. During the university, She have participated in different types of commercial performances and teaching activities, with extensive experience in teaching performances.
In 2015, She was admitted to Peabody Conservatory in the United States, learning with pianist Marianna Prjevalskaya and Harlen Parker. Now she is devote herself to piano pedagogy.