Jennifer Cheng Lo
As an international award-winning classically trained pianist and former child prodigy with a piano performance diploma from New England Conservatory of Music, Jennifer was accepted to New England Conservatory by the head of the Piano Department Jean Stackhouse at the age of 9 and then by Anthony di Bonaventura at the age of 13 into his Graduate Piano Performance Studio at Boston University School of Fine Arts while he was the head of BU SFA. Jennifer holds a diploma from New England Conservatory (Pre-college, Piano Performance) as well as a BA from Brown University (where she triple majored in International Relations, Theatre/Acting, Piano Performance). Jennifer has won numerous international and prestigious competitions including First Prize Winner Manchester International Young Artists' Competition, First Prize Winner of MTNA National Competition, First Prize Winner Washington DC International Young Artists' Competition, First Prize Winner New England Conservatory Concerto Competition, First Prize Winner MMTA Competition, Polish Consulate Consular Prize Winner in the Chopin Avenue International Piano Competition (2021), and more. Jennifer has performed in the US, Europe, Asia including at Kennedy Center, Symphony Hall, Jordan Hall, Boston University School of Fine Arts, Brown University Concert Hall, Marktoberdorf International Music Festival, HK Center For Performing Arts, HK City Hall, Temple Beth El, NewPort Mansions, and more. Jennifer also holds select musical performances for charities including Habitat for Humanity, National Pediatric Cancer Foundation, Women Helping Women Hong Kong, and others. Jennifer has studied under world-renowned Pianists and teachers including Jean Stackhouse, Julia Bernstein, Dr Anthony di Bonaventura, Carol Yu, and others from the Beethoven, Liszt, Rubinstein, Horowitz, Rudolph Serkin student lineage and studios.