Lydia Wu

Lydia W.

Alhambra, CA
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Lydia delivers an exceptional lesson experience and ranks in the top 15% of our teachers nationwide.
Teaches students:
Females 5+ and males 6+

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I started studying piano at the age of three. After moving to the United States at the age of seven, I continued my studies in New York City in the studio of Mr. Shou- Ping Chiu. By the age of seventeen, I gave many solo performances, including Silver Bay Festival and Cornell University in New York, and Chinese Young Artist Competition in Washington D.C.. I also studied with Maria Asteriadou, Xak Bjerken, and Jian Tian, and received master classes with Christine Dahl, Constance Keene, Graham Scott, Misha Dichter, Lydia Boguslavsky, and Barry Douglas.

I received my bachelor and master's degrees in piano performance at the University of Georgia, under the tutelage of Russian pianist Evgeny Rivkin. In 1999 I was a winner of the UGA Concerto Competition and Atlanta Steinway Society Scholarship. A member of Pi Kappa Lambda, I received the Athon-Hughes-Cook Piano Pedagogy Scholarship Award in 2002. I was a member of Contemporary Chamber Ensemble at the University of Georgia. In 2005, I was winner of the Franz Liszt Award, and Outstanding Performer at GMTA Senior College Division.

Since then I have appeared in many solo and chamber recitals throughout the United States. My most recent appearances include the Herald Mission Center in Flushing, New York, PepsiCo Concert Hall in Fort Worth, Texas, Bonneville Chamber Music Festival in Ogden, Utah, and Franz Liszt Festival in Athens, Georgia. I currently live in Los Angeles, California where I am a Music Teacher at the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts (LACHSA) and the Music Director at Village Presbyterian Church. A member of the Music Teachers' Association of California (MTAC) and Music Teachers National Association (MTNA), I continue to teach and perform solo and in collaboration.

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