Born in Wenzhou, China, Lu Ye beginning her piano studies at age 6, winning Beethoven‘s National Piano competition at age 13, and extensively performing as a soloist/accompanist in choir competition.
Lu then studied at Xinghai Conservatory of Music and appeared in the performance with Langlang(a celebrated classical pianist who performed at the opening ceremony in the Olympics in China) and The Symphony Orchestra of Guangzhou in Xinghai’s 100 years Anniversary.
After moving to Los Angeles in 2005, Lu received her Bachelor of Contemporary Music degree from Musicians Institute with a Musicianship Scholarship. Achieved Merit Certificate in Piano from Royal Schools of Music, and Master of Commercial Music from California State University, Los Angeles followed. Under the studies of acclaimed pianist Tamir Handelman, Kevin King, Russell Farrante, Omar Ruiz, she developed a distinctive style and technique combining her eastern roots and western knowledge.
Discovering her enthusiast for teaching, Lu currently teaches privately out of her studio in West Los Angeles. She is an active member of the Music Teacher’s Association of California, her students are involved in association activities including recitals, competitions, festivals, Carnegie Hall Royal Conservatory Achievement Program, and the annual Certificate of Merit evaluations.
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