An accomplished international performer, Chinese pianist Tian Lu has appeared as a concerto soloist, recitalist, and chamber musician throughout Asia, the United States, Europe, and South America. Recent guest appearances include The Julliard School, Eastman School of Music, Cleveland Institute of Music as well as her debut recital at the Kennedy Center with Washington Performing Arts.
Her worldwide success includes prizes in nine international piano competitions. After capturing First Prize at the International Piano Competition in Maracaibo, Venezuela, she performed with the Maracaibo Symphony Orchestra under conductor Eduardo Rahn in 2005 and received an invitation to debut with the Miami Symphony Orchestra in 2010 under conductor Eduardo Marturet. Further demonstrating her skills as a versatile artist, she is invited as a Guest Artist at the Aruba International Piano festival.
Ms. Lu appearance included concerto performances with the Odessa Philharmonic Orchestra (Ukraine), Venezuela Sinfonica, Concert Artists of Baltimore Orchestra, Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra, Sioux City Symphony Orchestra, Oberlin Orchestra, The Symphony of Westchester, performances at the Duxbury Music Festival with Stars Festival Orchestra. Chamber music concert with the Baltimore Symphony orchestra members and was invited by the China Keyboard Society to play piano duo concerts and giving master classes in China. Currently Ms. Lu serving as a Chairwoman of the IAC International Piano Competition.