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Rudin

Rudin Lengo

A rising concert pianist and chamber musician, Rudin Lengo has been heard in recitals and competitions in Canada and the United States. Winner of the 2012 Glenn Gould School Concerto Competition and the 5th Knigge Music Competition, he has won top prizes in several competitions including 2nd Prize at the 40th William C. Byrd International Piano Competition, Mary Winston Smail Memorial Award for Best Pianist at the 2011 WAMSO Minnesota Competition, and 1st Prizes at the 2010 TD Elora Competition, the London Kiwanis Festival’s Rose Bowl, UWO London Music Scholarship Foundation, as well as the Grand Prize at the Rotary Music Festival in Burlington.
This past year Mr. Lengo appeared in recitals and competitions in New York’s Steinway Hall, Minnesota Orchestra Hall, MacArthur Hall in Flint, Michigan, Roy Barnett Recital Hall in Vancouver, Gateway Theatre in Richmond, and the Elora and Chautaqua Music Festivals. In October of 2011 he performed Beethoven’s “Emperor” Concerto with Orchestra London under the direction of Daniel Warren.
In 2008, Mr. Lengo completed a Bachelor’s Degree in Piano Performance at Western University on a National Scholarship, studying with James Anagnoson and Leslie Kinton. He received his Master’s Degree in 2010 from the Manhattan School of Music on a President’s Award studying with the esteemed pianist and pedagogue, Daniel Epstein. Now a student of John Perry and David Louie, he is completing an Artist Diploma at the Glenn Gould School on a prestigious Ihnatowycz Emerging Artist Scholarship.
A rising concert pianist and chamber musician, Rudin Lengo has been heard in recitals and competitions in Canada and the United States. Winner of the 2012 Glenn Gould School Concerto Competition and the 5th Knigge Music Competition, he has won top prizes in several competitions including 2nd Prize at the 40th William C. Byrd International Piano Competition, Mary Winston Smail Memorial Award for Best Pianist at the 2011 WAMSO Minnesota Competition, and 1st Prizes at the 2010 TD Elora Competition, the London Kiwanis Festival’s Rose Bowl, UWO London Music Scholarship Foundation, as well as the Grand Prize at the Rotary Music Festival in Burlington.
This past year Mr. Lengo appeared in recitals and competitions in New York’s Steinway Hall, Minnesota Orchestra Hall, MacArthur Hall in Flint, Michigan, Roy Barnett Recital Hall in Vancouver, Gateway Theatre in Richmond, and the Elora and Chautaqua Music Festivals. In October of 2011 he performed Beethoven’s “Emperor” Concerto with Orchestra London under the direction of Daniel Warren.
In 2008, Mr. Lengo completed a Bachelor’s Degree in Piano Performance at Western University on a National Scholarship, studying with James Anagnoson and Leslie Kinton. He received his Master’s Degree in 2010 from the Manhattan School of Music on a President’s Award studying with the esteemed pianist and pedagogue, Daniel Epstein. Now a student of John Perry and David Louie, he is completing an Artist Diploma at the Glenn Gould School on a prestigious Ihnatowycz Emerging Artist Scholarship.

http://www.rudinlengo.com/





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