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Xuefei Liu is a Chinese concert pianist, who has been praised by critics as a “musician with wonderful communicative and expressive quality.” She has won acclaim for performances of a wide range of repertoire as a solo recitalist and chamber musician. She has numerous award recognitions, including the first prize of the International Music Competition for Best Liszt Performance, Grand Prix of the International Côte d’Azur Piano Competition, Third Prize in the Concours International de piano de la Ville de Gagny, first prize and special prize in the Swayder Hong Kong Piano Competition. Dr. Liu has appeared in multiple music festivals including InterHarmony International Music Festival, National Music Festival, International Piano Festival at the University of Houston, and Summit Music Festival.
Dr. Liu is a recent DMA graduate from the Moores School of music, University of Houston. She also holds degrees from the Manhattan School of Music, and the Eastern New Mexico University. As a passionate teacher, she is currently Adjunct Professor of Piano at the Lone Star College-Montgomery and program director at the Vivo Professional Music School. She has previously been the teaching assistant at the Moores School of Music, University of Houston and piano faculty of the Community Arts Academy at the Moores School of Music, and the Brooklyn Musical Arts in New York City.
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