LU, Wen-Tze

LU, Wen-Tze

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Lu Wen-Tze, born in 1962 in Taipei, started learning the piano at 6, the flute at 16, and in 1981 was admitted to Department of Music of Soochow University, majoring in flute and minoring in piano. Due to her creative nature, Lu decided to change her major to composition and learned from Dr. Pan concepts and techniques of modern musical creation. In 1989, Lu went to Yale School of Music to study music theory and orchestration from Jacob Druckman; composition from Martin Bresnick; theory from Lukas Foss; and computer music from Jack Vees. In 1991 she came back to Taiwan, having completed her study, and since then have been teaching at Department of Music of Chinese Cultural University while remaining a diligent composer. Lu currently is the chairperson of ACL Taiwan Chapter and chairperson of Taiwan Composer Association. She has frequently published her musical creations, which are widely acclaimed, in Taiwan, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Okinawa, Thailand, the USA, Poland and Sweden.


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