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Virginia Lum



Biography

Hawai’ian pianist Virgina Lum, made her remarkable debut with the Honolulu Symphony Orchestra at age 8, and has been guest soloist with the St. Louis, Baltimore, Honolulu, Westchester, Arlington, and Alexandria Symphonies. She made acclaimed debuts at the Phillips Gallery, Merkin Hall, and Carnegie Hall. She received Bachelor and Master degrees from Juilliard, and was awarded its coveted Rosenman Award for "outstanding pianist artistry," and has been an artist-lecturer for the Smithsonian Institute and Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. She is also co-founder and executive director/artist of the Apollo Orchestra.

Watch Past Performances

Video 3/18/2014: Brian Sanders, Rivky Grossman, and Virginia Lum

Presented by the Kennedy Center Office of VSA and Accessibility, this program of contemporary and classical repertoire features cellist Brian Sanders, a 2006 VSA International Young Soloists Award winner, vocalist/pianist Rivky Grossman, and pianist Virginia Lum.

Virginia Lum