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Zoie Tse


Zoie Shuk Yi Tse was born in Hong Kong and studied with Ling Hui and Gabriel Kwok at the prestigious Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. After graduating in 2016, she came to the United States to study with Alvin Chow at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music for Bachelor of Music, and Boris Slutsky, Nagai at the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University for Masters, where she has been awarded the Lillian Freundlich Endowed Scholarship. Zoie was also awarded the Pauline Favine Memorial Award in piano for her contribution to the musical and educational life at the Johns Hopkins University.

Zoie has been the winner of a number of important prizes in national and international competitions. She won First Prize at the New York Golden Classical Music Awards International Competition in 2022 and was invited to perform at the Weill recital hall of the Carnegie Hall. She also won First Prize at the 2021 Japan Ise-Shima International Piano Competition, Second Prize and Best Performance Award in Opera Paraphrase at the 2021 Los Angeles International Liszt competition, First Prize at the 2019 Lima Symphony Young Artist Competition.

She was also the 2nd Prize Winner at the 2018 New York International Piano Competition (which also awarded her a NYC recital). As guest soloist, she has appeared with the Hong Kong Oratorio Society, as well as in solo and chamber recitals throughout Asia and in the US. In 2020, Zoie was elected to membership in Pi Kappa Lambda, the US national music honor society, recognizing her dual accomplishment of excellent academic work and outstanding musicianship.

Zoie Tse
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