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Shu-Ling Lu呂淑玲

Prof. Shu-Ling Lu

Shu-Ling Lu, born in Taiwan, studied piano from childhood as her father had also done. Prof. Lu continued to pursue the goal of a career in music and studied piano and viola at National Taiwan Normal University. After receiving her BA degree, Prof. Lu was awarded a scholarship and studied conducting under Prof. David N. Liao at NTNU. She later went to Austria and France to study conducting with Jean Jacques Werner, Karl Österreicher and the Russian conductor Vladimir Vais. Prof. Lu has worked part-time with the New Taipei Metropolitan Symphony. She frequently collaborates with many renowned instrumentalists.
In 1999, Prof. Lu was award a full graduate scholarship to study for her doctoral degree in the United States at Ball State University where she graduated with distinction as a member of Pi Kappa Lambda (National Music Honor Society). During that period, she also gave fine performances in Emens Auditorium and Pruis Hall. She was the first woman to conduct the Muncie Symphony Orchestra. Her dissertation title is The Influence of Scholarly Research on the Orchestral Performance Practice of Raymond Leppard, and translates Handbook of Conducting.
Prof. Lu has been invited to conduct the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, Harbin Normal University Symphony Orchestra, Chiayi Philharmonic Orchestra and has presented CDs for Taiwanese composers such as Chiang, Wen-Yeh and Yang, San-Lang. Prof. Lu has also conducted for the Ballet “Coppelia”、“Nutcracker” and Béla Bartók Opera “Bluebeard’s Castle”、Carl Orff “Carmina Burana”、Tseng, Dau-Hsiong Opera “A Vow to the Underworld Spring”、Charles Gounod Opera “Faust”.
Now, she serves full-time on the faculty at the Music Department of National Taiwan University of Arts, and rewards couple times for the first prize of scholarly research and performance of NTUA.

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