Qi Shen

She was born in Harbin (China). She began playing piano under the direction of her mother Qiu-Yun Ma. At the age of eleven, she got accepted by the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing studying with Ping-Guo Zhao and Er-Yao Lin. Afterwards, she continued her studies at the Chicago Musical College with professor Ludmila Lazar thanks to scholarships of the Untermayer Foundation and Roosevelt University.

She also took lessons with David Kaiserman from Northwestern University. In America, she was awarded several prizes: Chicago Fine Arts Competition, Irene Tintner Award for Outstanding Young Pianists, Chicago Musical College Concerto Competition, and Illinois State of MTNA-Wurlitzer Collegiate Artist Competition. She participated actively in different Master-Classes of remarkable artists as Menahem Pressler, Starker, Scholes, Baldwin, etc.

Nowadays, she lives in Spain where she is regularly invited to play with chamber groups as Modus Novus and orchestras (Castilla y Leon Symphony Orchestra). Recently, she recorded the complete chamber works by Pedro Blanco in the Auditorium of Leon. She has played recitals with cellist Aldo Mata in America, China and Spain.

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