Pei-Han Lin is a versatile pianist, collaborator, and educator with many years of experiences in teaching, performing, and accompanying. She holds the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Piano Performance at Tainan University of Technology (TUT) in Taiwan. During her time at TUT, she received several awards, including the Silver Prize from the 2012 ASIA International Piano Academy Festival and Competition in South Korea and the Dean’s Award from the College of Art. In 2014, Ms. Lin began to pursue her Master’s degree in Piano Performance at Northern Illinois University (NIU), where she studied with Dr. William Goldenberg. She performed at several significant events, including NIU’s Choir Day, World Music Concert Series, and Illinois Music Educators Association Conference. Ms. Lin is currently pursuing both her Doctor of Musical Arts in Piano Pedagogy and Certificate in Collaboration at Texas Tech University (TTU), where she studies piano and piano pedagogy with Dr. Carla Davis Cash, and collaboration with Dr. Nataliya Sukhina. Her former teacher is Dr. Lora Deahl. While holding a full teaching assistantship at TTU, she has also made her active appearance as a performer and collaborator in TTU’s symphony Orchestra and Concert Band at important concerts, including Halloween “Hauntcert,” and “Illumine.” Ms. Lin collaborated with different instrumentalists and vocalists at numerous chamber recitals in the past few years and gained invaluable experiences.
You can find Pei-Han’s 2022 Classical Music Competition piano performance here.