*Student Performance Hour Feb 9, 4:30
- 02/09/2022 4:30 PM EST - 6:00 PM EST
- Diehn Center for the Performing Arts - Wilson G. Chandler Recital Hall
- Full! This recital features a master class by guest piano artist, Tony Lu.
Mon frère perdu. Trent Dussault
Trent Dussault, piano.
Lessons 11 and 13. Fernando Sor (1778-1839)
Estudio in E Minor. Francisco Tarrega (1852-1909)
Andante. Mauro Giuliani (1781-1829)
Clay Bennett, guitar.
Guest piano artist, Tony Lu, master class.
Nocturne in B-flat Minor. Frédéric Chopin (1810-1849)
Invention in E-flat Major. J.S. Bach (1685-1750)Carter Campbell, piano.
Xuchu (Tony) Lu earned his MM in Piano Performance from Austin Peay State University in 2021. He was the instructor for several undergraduate and graduate level music literature, applied piano, and chamber music courses at Austin Peay. He collaborated with various APSU faculty in chamber performances.
Tony Lu is a 2018 Bennington College graduate where he earned his BA degrees in Mathematics, History, and Music. Tony has worked closely and performed with many Bennington College music faculty both on and off campus. Such venues include Park- McCullough Historic House, Bennington Center for the Arts, Third Street Music School in New York City, and Lincoln Center and Sage City Symphony. Tony also worked as a piano tutor, music history and analysis lecturer, and accompanist helping students in the Bennington music department.
Tony is an active faculty member of Sonata International Piano Camp and Summer Sonatina International Piano Camp in Bennington, Vermont. He teaches students from age 6 to 80+ both in person and online. His teaching areas include piano instruction, piano duet and ensemble, chamber music, Western music history, music analysis, and historical keyboard improvisation.
His research areas include historic keyboard improvisation pedagogy, piano solo and duet transcriptions of symphonic/chamber works, and 20th/21st century neoclassical solo literature.
Tony started learning and playing the piano at age 5 and due to his visual impairment, he has always learned music by ear. He began to study in the US in 2013 and performed with various chamber music groups and orchestras high school including Alton Symphony Orchestra.