Catherine Lan

Dr. Catherine Lan has concertized across the US, Canada, Japan, Singapore, Taiwan, Mexico, Thailand, China, United Kingdom, Italy, Croatia, and Slovenia at prestigious venues such as the Carnegie Hall in New York and Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge. She has also appeared as Duo Beaux Arts with Steinway Artist Tao Lin in France, Switzerland, Spain, Netherland, Finland, and Estonia. Her highly acclaimed performances have been featured at WLRN-Public Television, “Beethoven Universal TV” series, Becon TV, Fu-Hsin Broadcasting Station, and Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Radio. Season highlights include three concerto appearances with South Florida Symphony Orchestra, concert tours in Canada, Ireland, and Hungary, as well as a recital at the prestigious Cosmos Club in Washington D.C.. A soloist with Milwaukee Symphony, Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic, Vancouver Symphony, British-Columbia Chamber, and Edmonton Symphony, Dr. Lan has collaborated with Itamar Zorman, James Buswell, David Requiro, Ayano Ninomiya, Aspen String Trio, Henschel String Quartet, Bergonzi String Quartet, Maxwell String Quartet, Naples Philharmonic and Boca Raton Philharmonic Symphonia Chamber Players, to name a few. Received her Bachelor of Music from University of British-Columbia, Master of Music from Indiana University (Bloomington), and Doctor of Musical Arts from University of Miami, Dr. Lan serves on the faculty of Broward College. She is also the co-artistic director of Rosemary Duffy Larson Classical Series, as well as the pianist at Duo Arpeggione, Duo Formosa, Delray Piano Trio, Atlantic Piano Trio, and Tallinn Piano Trio. Dr. Lan records for Centaur Records.

You can find Catherine’s performance here.