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Tianyi
Lu

Conductor

Tianyi Lu is the Assistant Conductor of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, a Dudamel Fellow with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra and Principal Conductor of the St. Woolos Sinfonia in Gwent, Wales. Recent engagements have included concerts with the Hallé Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Dallas Opera Orchestra.

Tianyi Lu began conducting studies at the University of Auckland with Uwe Grodd and Karen Grylls and continued her studies at the University of Melbourne with John Hopkins. In 2015 she was awarded her master’s degree in orchestral conducting with Distinction at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, studying with David Jones.

In 2014 she was voted a finalist at the twelfth 'Interaktion Dirigentenwerkstatt des Kritischen Orchesters’ by players of the Berlin Philharmonic and other orchestras in Germany.

In masterclass or assistant roles, Tianyi Lu has worked with conductors and ensembles including Gustavo Dudamel, Sir Mark Elder, Sir Andrew Davis and the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Bernard Haitink and the Lucerne Festival Strings, Thomas Søndergård and Xian Zhang with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and Carlo Rizzi with the Gulbenkian Orchestra.

Tianyi Lu is the Assistant Conductor of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, a Dudamel Fellow with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra and Principal Conductor of the St. Woolos Sinfonia in Gwent, Wales. Recent engagements have included concerts with the Hallé Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Dallas Opera Orchestra.

Tianyi Lu began conducting studies at the University of Auckland with Uwe Grodd and Karen Grylls and continued her studies at the University of Melbourne with John Hopkins. In 2015 she was awarded her master’s degree in orchestral conducting with Distinction at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, studying with David Jones.

In 2014 she was voted a finalist at the twelfth 'Interaktion Dirigentenwerkstatt des Kritischen Orchesters’ by players of the Berlin Philharmonic and other orchestras in Germany.

In masterclass or assistant roles, Tianyi Lu has worked with conductors and ensembles including Gustavo Dudamel, Sir Mark Elder, Sir Andrew Davis and the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Bernard Haitink and the Lucerne Festival Strings, Thomas Søndergård and Xian Zhang with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and Carlo Rizzi with the Gulbenkian Orchestra.