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Jui Sheng Li

Instrumentalists / Piano

Biography

The New York Concert Review praised Taiwanese pianist Jui Sheng Li as “[a] musician of integrity and depth…One looks forward to hearing more from this young artist.” In recent years, Jui-Sheng has performed across Asia, Europe, and North America, including major venues like Carnegie Hall in New York. He has also been invited to perform at the Asia Pacific Saxophone Academy, the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, the Bowdoin International Music Festival, the Brevard Music Center, the Castleman Quartet Program, the Eastern Music Festival, the Fontainebleau Schools of Music, and Fine Arts, the International Music Workshop and Festival, the International Summer Academy of the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, the Musical Chairs Chamber Music Festival, the New York University Summer Piano Intensive, the Rebecca Penneys Piano Festival, and the Red Rocks Winter Chamber Music Festival. Jui-Sheng has been awarded numerous prizes and honors, including the 2nd Mu-Te Shih German Lieder Competition (Taiwan), several editions of the Music Teachers National Association's competitions (U.S.A.), the Wyoming Symphony Orchestra Young Artist Competition (U.S.A.), the Rondo Young Artist Competition (U.S.A.), the Vancouver International Music Competition (Canada), the International Piano Island Competition (Singapore), the King's Peak International Music Competition (U.S.A.), and others.

He holds a Doctor of Music degree and an Artist Diploma from McGill University, a Master of Music degree from the University of Wyoming, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the National Taiwan Normal University. During his studies, Jui-Sheng was the recipient of the Social Sciences Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) Insight Grant, the Graduate Fellowship, and International Research and Travel Awards from McGill University, the Performing Arts Scholarship from Tsung Cho-Chang Education Foundation, the Marmerstein Memorial Scholarship in Piano Performance from the Jewish Community Foundation of Montréal, and others. His teachers have included Kyoko Hashimoto, Roe-Min Kok (research), Chi-Chen Wu, Yi-Chun Cheng, and I-An Chen. As an art teacher, he has taught at Northwestern Polytechnic, McGill University, and the University of Wyoming. Presently, Jui-Sheng is a musician of the Lincoln Center Stage’s Resident Piano Quartet in New York.

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