The Canadian pianist Lindsay Bui has won awards in North America including the Canadian Music Competition for solo and 4 hands/duo piano categories collaborating with internationally recognized artist – her brother JJ Bui, awarded honorable mention in the Chopin International Piano Competition, Hartford CT in 2017, and has performed with the Burlington Symphony Orchestra in their 2017 Rising Artist concert. She has attended and performed in Orford Music Festival, Texas State International Piano Festival, University of Michigan Early Keyboard Institute, Stichting Peter de Grote Festival. She has taken masterclasses from Anton Nel, Ronan O’Hora, James Anagnoson, Luc Beausejour and others. Recently she has been awarded the Richard Iorweth Thorman Jazz scholarship (2020) and the Jean Lumb Art Award Scholarship.
Lindsay is currently a third-year student in piano performance at the University of Toronto in the Professor Enrico Elisi’s studio. She has completed her associate diploma (ARCT) in piano performance in 2018 and was a scholarship student in the Phil and Eli Taylor Performance Academy where she studied with Peter Longworth, Michael Berkovsky, and Li Wang.
Lindsay has began teaching piano and theory since 2018. Her students have completed RCM exams with first class honors with distinction. She hopes to share the joy of music-making with her students and help them grow as musicians.