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Dr. Zhu Zhu is an avid teacher and performer based in Houston. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan with Dr. Logan Skelton. She received U of M’s Stanley Award for the most outstanding undergraduate student at the university. Zhu Zhu has performed in many solo and chamber recitals. She has participated in numerous festivals and concert series, including the Gilmore Festival and the Kennedy Center. She completed her master’s and doctorate degrees in piano performance from the Shepherd School of Music in the studio of Dr. Robert Roux. Zhu Zhu has soloed throughout the United States and China, most recently as featured soloist with the Qingdao Symphony Orchestra, where she performed both Liszt’s and Tchaikovsky’s first concertos on the same concert. While at Rice she won the Shepherd School concerto competition and soloed with the Shepherd School symphony orchestra. She was one of two Rice University graduate students awarded the Lodieska Stockbridge Vaughn Fellowship for outstanding achievement and promise. She taught several undergraduate courses at Rice, including an elective course she designed on Chinese music and culture. Zhu Zhu actively performs in Houston, on series such as Musiqa and Music in Context. She is also a prolific teacher. Her students have been accepted into elite music schools around the country. She is currently the director of Kawai School Music and International Neoarts Foundation. She is Distinguished Professor at Qingdao University School of Music. She maintains her studio alongside her husband, Dr. Richard Marshall. They have two children, Vivi and Jackie. 

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