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Bin Hu

Guitarist Tucson, United States 21 Followers
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Bin Hu Sep 11, 2015

"Hu played with a commanding technique and stoicism, captivating the audience with his pensive interpretations. Hu managed to convey a meditative aura underscored with shades and hints of tastefully applied power and delicacy."
– Adam Brown from Indiana University

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Bin Hu has performed in Austria, China, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Indonesia, Italy, Malaysia, the Philippines, Spain, and the USA, as a soloist, chamber musician, and soloist with orchestra. Among the works he has premiered, one of the highlights of his career includes a world première of a guitar concerto composed by Jorge Rodriguez-Caballero with the Pärnu City Orchestra in Estonia.

Among the prizes he received from international guitar competitions, winning the first prize of the 2016 David Russell Bach Prize, a competition judged solely by Grammy-award winner David Russell, has earned Hu a reputation as a Bach interpreter. As scholar and educator, Hu has been invited to several musical institutes in China to present a variety of topics on Baroque performance practices on guitar. As a recording artist, his all-Bach CD, Ciaccona, produced by Eudora Records in Spain, has received critical acclaims worldwide.

Bin Hu began classical guitar lessons at age 11 with Zhiwei Li, a pioneer and founder of the first classical guitar school in China. He then studied privately in Beijing with Jiajiong Li of the Central Conservatory of Music. His undergraduate studies were with Heiki Mätlik at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre in Tallinn, Estonia. He then moved to Salzburg, Austria to study with Marco Tamayo at the Universität Mozarteum and earned his Master of Arts degree with distinction. He currently holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Arizona and was part of the studio of Professor Thomas Patterson. Within the framework of his studies, Hu also took part in master classes taught by Sérgio and Odair Assad, David Russell, and Ricardo Gallén, among others.

Bin Hu is a founding member of Duo Chinoiserie. Together with his wife Jing Xia, a renowned Chinese guzheng performer, the fusion of Eastern and Western musical traditions promotes intercultural artistic exchange for a more inclusive world.

www.duochinoiserie.com

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