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Instruments: Piano
Styles: Classical

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Huizi Z In Home In Studio Teaches Online
Instruments: Piano
Styles: Classical

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Ages Taught: 5-80
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Doctor of Music, in Piano Performance, FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY Master of Music, in Piano Performance and Chamber Music Performance, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, Ann Arbor. Bachelor of Music, in Piano Performance, CENTRAL CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC, Beijing, China.

Awards:

FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY, Tallahassee, FL 2015 - 2018 Full scholarship at FSU doctoral program. ATLANTIC MUSIC FESTIVAL, Waterville, ME 2017 Contemporary Music Ensemble Fellowship. Rehearsed and performed with other Pierrot Ensemble musicians, premiered over 20 new chamber works in 3 concerts. NATIONAL MUSIC HONORARY SOCIETY - Pi Kappa Lambda, Tallahassee, FL 2016 - 2018 Honored by the Phi Chapter at Florida State University. FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL PIANO FESTIVAL, Gainesville, FL 2016 Fellowship, Counselor and Translator Collaborated with faculty to schedule and monitor junior and intermediate student practice hours. Coached students about best practice habits and how to complete daily assignments. Served as English-Chinese translator for festival attendees. AMALFI COAST MUSIC FESTIVAL, Amalfi, Italy 2014 Graduate Fellowship. Duties include special performances, administrative assistance to the directors to help in the running of the festival. CENTRAL CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC, Beijing, China 2010 - 2013 Maintain three-years National Aspiration Scholarships of China, and National Scholarships of China. MTNA FSU Chapter Member 2015 - 2018 Florida State Music Teachers Association. International Society of Performing Arts 2017 - 2018 Chamber Music America 2017 - 2018 Solo and Piano Duet membership. Attended the 40th National Conference in New York City (2018). Asian American Arts Alliance 2017 - 2018 Active member of the arts professional department.

Overview:

I am an active performer of solo and chamber music in the United States and abroad. I embraces a wide range of repertoire and styles, particularly interested in 21st century music. After performing and giving lectures on the music of Witold Lutosławski, György Ligeti, and Michael Levinas, I were invited to perform her piano duet at the opening concert of the 18th Biennial Festival of New Music, and ensembles at FSU New Music Festival. I also performed solo pieces and chamber music at Beijing Modern Music Festival and Beijing Music Festival. As a fellow of the New Music Ensemble at Atlantic Music Festival (AMF) in 2017, I participated concerts and premiered over twenty pieces by different composers. I have also continued to pursue critical solo performance opportunities, including a recent recital that encompassed the premiere of several compositions, at Brooklyn’s National Sawdust, Opera Center America in New York City, and N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art in Detroit, MI. Upcoming world premiere piano solo concert at Carnegie Hall in September, 2018. I am also a prize winner of many piano competitions including: Second prize of Michigan Music Teachers’ Association Young Artist Piano Competition; First prize of “Sejung Cup” Piano Competition; Fist prize of “Steinway Cup” Piano Competition of China, Shandong Division. I am also a dynamic performer as a chamber musician and accompanist. I gave successful concerts with her piano trio at Collage Concert in Michigan (2015), and her piano duet Duo One with Russian pianist Tatiana Gorbunova in Florida. I am also a skilled instructor. I have enjoyed 1o years of teaching experience working with piano students in a variety of settings both in the United States as well as in China. I am an active member of MTNA, and teaches secondary piano lesson and Jazz group piano class at Florida State University. My primary piano professors include David Kalhous, Joel Hastings, Logan Skelton, and Zhihong Guo. Additional studies and master classes have been with Christopher Harding, Amy I. Cheng, Boris Slutsky, Daniel Shapiro, Gabriel Chodos, Natalya Antonova, and Sergei Babayan. As the winner of the National Research Project Foundation, I received four-year National Scholarships and National Aspiration Scholarships for her Bachelor’s degree from Central Conservatory of China; received Master’s degree in Piano Performance and double degree in Chamber Music from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; earned a doctoral degree in Piano Performance at Florida State University College of Music in 2018. I also received full scholarships during her studies in Florida State University where she started her DMA program in 2015. In 2016, I was selected as a member by the Honor Society of Music- Pi Kappa Lambda.

EXPERIENCE

I earned a doctoral degree in Piano Performance at Florida State University College of Music. My decision to pursue a post-graduate degree in this field was based on my desire to continue my artistic development, while taking next steps towards a career in education. This course of study has allowed me to do so by expanding the scope of my pedagogical acumen, primarily through teaching assistantships. I am teaching and coordinating private lessons for major and non-major students at Florida State University. I am an active collaborative pianist. I coach singers and play with guest or student instrumentalists for their recitals, juries every semester. I believe that I have a broad knowledge of vocal and instrumental repertoire and musical styles. I have also actively cultivated my written and verbal communication skills through extensive scholarship and research, and culminating presentations and lecture recitals. Throughout this time, I have also continued to pursue critical performance opportunities, including a recent recital that encompassed the premiere of several compositions, at Brooklyn’s National Sawdust, Opera Center America in New York City, and N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art in Detroit. Upcoming world premiere piano solo concert at Carnegie Hall in September this year. Broadly speaking, my core principles and values align with that of your organization and its “belief in the intrinsic value of the arts and artists” and the transformative role of the arts and artists in the communities they serve. I am confident in my ability to successfully carry out the responsibilities and criteria outlined for this position, and am comfortable working with a variety of individuals and partner institutions across a wide range of constituencies.

METHODS USED

When I need to give specific instructions, I experiment with different methods, such as exercises that heighten aural awareness, mental image examples, or physical movements. One goal is to bring awareness of as many different sounds as I help them hear. I believe in acknowledging improvement and mentioning specific positive feedback. I also try to adapt lesson plans to the goals of the student, while trying to push them further. If needed, I tell them what I expect for the next lesson to give them specific goals to achieve. To keep students engaged, I ask questions; such as how they think they could improve, how they would want to express a phrase, or how does the music make them feel. I encourage my students to incorporate their ideas into their playing, and if they do not have their own ideas, I work toward pushing them in a direction of independent thinking. My most important goal is to to find a way to connect the student with the music in a personal way, no matter what level their playing is at.

LESSON STYLE

As a classical piano teacher, I try to be flexible with each student based on how they respond. Different personalities and different aged students require different treatment, whether it is with calmer instruction or more insistent direction. Although I strive to find the best method of teaching, no matter the student, I always try my best to be patient, positive, and honest. When asking a student to perform a certain task, such a phrasing a line, I first allow them to attempt it on their own. If I want a little more, I will demonstrate it and see if they can replicate it. If it isn’t as successful as I’d like it to be, I break the idea down into smaller units.

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