New PARMA Artist: Cicilia Yudha

We are pleased to introduce pianist Cicilia Yudha as part of the PARMA family of artists and composers. Cicilia has signed to release an album of works for solo piano by composers Henri Dutilleux and Robert Casadesus.

Cicilia was born in Indonesia and began playing the piano when she was three. She made her professional debut as a pianist in 2003 with the Cleveland Orchestra.

Cicilia Yudha

Since then, Cicilia has toured and performed throughout the United States, in her native Indonesia, at the International Piano Academy in Germany, and at the Ecoles d’Art Americaines in France, to name a few.

Her concerts have been recorded and featured on several of the world’s leading classical radio stations, including WCLV FM in Cleveland, WQXR in New York, the Canadian Broadcasting Company, and Radio Klasik in Jakarta.

Equally as active as an educator, Cicilia taught at the Cleveland Institute of Music and the New England Conservatory before becoming assistant professor and coordinator of keyboard musicianship at the Dana School of Music at Youngstown State University in Youngstown, Ohio.

Check out the YouTube player below for a glimpse into her work in the classroom.

Cicilia’s album will be released later this year on Navona Records. Until then, you can hear her playing Robert Schumann’s “Arabesque in C Major, Op. 18” below. Welcome, Cicilia!

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