Lisa Yui is the winner of several international piano competitions and has performed in Canada, the United States, and Japan.
She is the producer, performer, and lecturer of "The Lives of the Piano", the first piano lecture concert series at the Manhattan School of Music.
She teaches a course on the social history of the piano at Marymount Manhattan College, and is also on the faculty of the Music Advancement Program (MAP) at the Juilliard School.
Lisa received her Bachelor's degree at the Juilliard School, studying with Oxana Yablonskaya and working as teaching assistant to the author, professor and pianist, David Dubal.
She received her Masters degree at the Manhattan School of Music, where she currently is a candidate for the Doctoral of Musical Arts degree.
Lectures & Master Classes
· Social History of the Piano
· Culture of the Piano
· The Lives of the Piano
· Women and the Piano
· The Early Keyboard Instruments
· The Virtuosos of the Piano
· Evolution of the Piano in 19th-Century Europe
Lisa has been selected among over 1200 Canadian artists to participate in the 2005 World Exposition in Aichi, Japan, where she will perform in the Expo Hall Classical Showcase. Between March 10-May 12, 2005, she will be directing and lecturing in "Beethoven at Yamaha," a nine-part lecture/concert series at the Yamaha Artist Services in New York. There, she will perform among the thirty eminent pianists that include Frederic Rzewski, Frederic Chiu, Jed Distler and Jerome Lowenthal.