Chinese pianist Yingying Su is an avid recitalist and chamber musician. She is also the winner of many national and international piano competitions, those include: the Concurso International Piano Competition in Maracaibo, Venezuela, 2005; National Piano Competition of China, 1999; The Asia Opening Piano Competition for Young Pianists in Hong Kong, 2001; the Bienen School of Music Thaviu-Isaak Endowed Piano Scholarship Competition, and the Bienen School of Music Concerto Competition 2012. She was also awarded the “Special Prize of the Jury” in the III International Piano Competition in Memory of Emil Gilels in Ukraine, 2006; John Elvin Piano Prize from the Oberlin Conservatory,2006; and the Charles S. Miller Piano Prize from the Yale School of Music,2008. Ms.Su has performed at the Lincoln Center, the Kennedy Center, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Hall, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, and has given numerous solo recitals in United States, China, Germany, Ukraine, Venezuela, Australia; and concerto performances with the Guangdong Youth Orchestra, and the Maracaibo Symphony Orchestra under conductor Eduardo Rahn, and the Northwestern University Symphony Orchestra with Maestro Victor Yampolsky. Su studied with Monique Duphil at the Oberlin Conservatory and with Peter Frankl at the Yale School of Music, and is now in the Doctoral of Musical Art program at the Beinen School of Music at Northwestern University, under the guidance of Alan Chow.
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