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My Wife’s Benefit Concert

On August 14, 2010, West Houston Chinese Church hosted a benefit concert to raise money for my wife Cathy’s cancer treatment. In the concert, I played Chopin’s Fantasie-Impromptu and Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata (all three movements). Below are links to the performance videos on YouTube.

Fantasie Impromptu

Moonlight Sonata I

Moonlight Sonata II

Moonlight Sonata III

Previously, comments were disabled because I wasn’t in the mood to see the immature sort of remarks that typically get posted on YouTube; they are now enabled, though.

For more about the story of my wife’s fight with cancer, visit www.standwithcathy.com. I have written a full account of her amazing story–which includes being evicted by a man who would soon be convicted of murdering his wife–and hope to publish it at the end of the year. All proceeds will go to cancer-related charities (most likely the Komen Foundation, though I haven’t decided yet).

I was playing for her.