Pianist, American doctor of Music Art of Piano Performance, vice-president of Piano Society of Chinese Musicians Association, director of Piano Department of Guangzhou Xinghai Conservatory of Music, professor, tutor for postgraduate students.
Currently professor of composition and composition theory at Xinghai Conservatory of Music, evaluation expert of Degree Center of the Ministry of Education of China, and honorary professor of Tianjin Conservatory of Music. He has been invited to lecture in China Conservatory of Music, Shanghai Conservatory of Music, Central Conservatory of Music and Wuhan Conservatory of Music. He has published three monographs, eight translations, four music collections and dozens of papers. Professor Damin Ren has made great achievements in the three fields of music theory research, music creation and music literature translation.
Professor of the TOHO College of Music, once served as The vice President of the TOHO College of Music. He graduated from Tokyo Gakuichi University with a degree in piano. German Bremen National University of the Arts with Master Diploma who graduated with the best grades in the school. For The Past Few Years, he employed in lots of Art Colleges in China to participate in piano education activities such as piano instruction lectures, public classes and competition reviews etc. Member of The Piano Teachers' National Association of Japan (PTNA) and The committee of All Asian Chopin Competition.
A Belgian pianist and educator. He graduated from the Ruwen Lemmons Conservatory of Music and the Elizabeth School of Music and won prizes in the Belgrade International Competition. He was employed as a professor of piano performance at the Ruwen Lewen Lemons Conservatory of Music After graduation.His piano performance activities have spread all over Europe, Latin America and Asia. Since 2012, he has been an associate professor and graduate tutor of the Piano Department of Xinghai Conservatory of Music.
Associate professor at Secondary Music School Affiliated to Shanghai Conservatory of Music; Member of Shanghai Musicians Association Piano Society; the permanent judge of Piano Grading Test of Shanghai Conservatory of Music. She won Luting He Foundation Art Guidance Special Award for many times. As a special guest, she was invited to participate in the performances of Shanghai Spring International Music Festival, Qingdao International Wind Music Festival and Hainan International Music Festival.
Ms.Lee holds a doctoral degree of piano from the University of North Texas, where she studied with Vladimir Viardo who won the medalist winner of the Van Cliburn competition. She earned a master's degree from the New England Conservatory under the mentorship of the Arthur Rubinstein competition’s winner, Alexander Korsantia. Ms.Lee was awarded the first prize at Oberlin International Piano Competition. She has appeared as a recitalist and chamber musician at the Tanglewood Festival and Northwest Festival at the University of Oregon. Formerly she was teaching at National Chiao Tung University and National Tsing Hua University in Hsin-Chu.
Renowned Macao pianist and awarded as a Outstanding Young Person by the Macau SAR in 2017. Doctor of Education at University of Bristol, Fellow of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music and the Trinity College London. Lecturer in the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, the Academia de Musica de S. Pio X and the Macao Polytechnic Institute. Chairman of the Greater Bay Area Arts Education Association and member of council of the Macau Chamber Music Association.
Young pianist in The United States. Gold Medal in the Piano Category of the Manhattan International Music Competition, USA. Silver prize at Berlin International Music Competition. Absolute Platinum Award in Finland WPTA International Piano Competition. The winner of the 2019 Steinway Award.