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Vienna Teng will perform all her hit numbers, which are a blend of pop and folk. So don't miss it. Book your tickets now.

Vienna Teng was born on October in the year 1978 in San Francisco. When she was only 5 years old, her parents realizing that she had a keen interest in piano, started taking her to piano lessons, where she studied classical composers like Bach and Chopin. Nobody had to push her for her lessons in piano since she was already devoted to it. Just at the age of 6, she wrote her firstsong. She fully delved the classical works and was also drawn in composing on her own as well as expressing the ideas that used to emerge in her own imagination. When she was 16 years old she composed an album that was instrumental. She even changed her name to Vienna after the Austrian city of composers. In the year 2000, she graduated with a degree in Computer Science, although she kept her passion for piano only as a hobby though playing occasionally in functions. She found out, surprisingly, that she was quite appreciated by the audience whenever she played.

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The gradual rise from hobby to full-time job happened with the passage of time. While studying in Stranford, whenever she played, she used to draw an appreciative audience. Not only this, she also started recording the songs for Waking Hour at Stanford's CCRMA studios, to distribute to the students who appreciated her music, which was mostly autobiographical.. After completing her graduation, she went on to to work as a software engineer for Cisco Systems, although she carried on with her passion of writing songs as well as playing piano. But her passion for music was so strong that, after two years she left the company to chase her dreams. She then signed up with Virt Records. She first appeared in the year 2003 on the David Letterman show, which was her first major national exposure. She then released Warm Strangers, which was her much-awaited sophomore release. The album shows Vienna capabilities to experiment as well as perform both classical music and also folk and is a collection of melodious songs which is lush and tantalizing. The album was produced by David Henry (REM, Cowboy Junkies, Josh Rouse) and mixed by Roger Moutenot (Roseanne Cash, Guster, Joseph Arthur). Warm Strangers is all about fiction. She has used everything from string quartets to slide guitars, to Orchestral and acoustic landscapes, which is enchanting as well as inviting and it provides a transonic background for her short stories of death, love, struggle and hope.

She has also made appearances on the CBS Saturday Early Show, NPR Weekend Edition, CNN's NewsNight with Aaron Brown, and The Wayne Brady Show, and opened for performances by Shawn Colvin, Joan Baez and Joan Osborne. Her debut album, Waking Hour, peaked at #5 on the bestseller list; her second album, Warm Strangers, reached as high as #2. She has toured extensively with famous musicians like like Joan Osborne, Shawn Colvin, and Patty Griffin over the years. Vienna next signed up with producer like Larry Klein for her next album, Dreaming Through the Noise, that was released in the year 2006, in July. After the release of her latest album, she was invited to perform in shows with Duncan Sheik and many other famous musicians.

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