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"Yu-Chien Tseng Violin Recital"
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TUF is an arts and cultural foundation that celebrates Taiwanese American cultural heritages. Established in 1986, the foundation’s mission is to facilitate cultural exchange between the Taiwanese American community and other American cultural communities, hoping to enrich and expand our cultural experiences.

TUF has presented many Great Performance concerts and Cultural Night programs, featuring Taiwanese cuisine, artifacts, indigenous customs, and showcasing bright Taiwanese and Taiwanese American talents in art, film, music and literature. TUF Salons have been held based on demands since 2007.

Collaborating with Taiwan Center Foundation of Los Angeles and other community organizations, TUF has brought the first Taiwanese Cultural Festival to El Pueblo of Los Angeles on May 10 & 11, 2008. The inaugural
Los Angeles Taiwanese Film Festival was held on December 12-14, 2008 at UCLA James Bridges Theatre.

TUF Grants provide seed funding to other not-for-profit organizations or individual artists for programs, researches and productions that further TUF’s mission. Recipients include Santa Barbara Chamber Orchestra, Pacific Asia Museum, The Arboretum of Los Angeles County, and so on.

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Rare LA Appearance of Yu-Chien Tseng for only one night!

Yu-Chien Tseng, the well-known Taiwanese young violinist, was the fifth laureate in the Queen Elisabeth Music Competition in 2012, where he also won both the Musiq'3 and the Klara-Canvas prizes awarded by the public. In 2015 he was awarded the second prize in the XV International Tchaikovsky Competition, the highest prize in the violin competition since there was no first prize that year.

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