Upcoming and Recent Past Events
6/16-7/14/2019 Collaborative pianist at the MasterWorks Festival, Converse College, South Carolina.
4/13/2019 Adjudicator for Alabama Music Teachers Association District Piano Auditions, First Baptist Church, Huntsville, Alabama.
2/4/2019 Solo performance of works by Bach, Mendelssohn, and Gubaidulina and Masterclass, Valdosta State University, Valdosta, Georgia.
11/10/2018 Adjudicator for Alabama All-State Orchestra, Piano Auditions.
10/20/2018 Performance of works by James Ogburn and Judy Bozone, Columbus State University, Columbus, Georgia. Live Stream available here.
8/3-4/2018 Solo performance of "From the Underground" From The Enchanted Garden Book 1 by Richard Danielpour at the MTNA GP3 Forum, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio.
6/17-7/15/2018 Collaborative pianist at the MasterWorks Festival, Converse College, South Carolina.
6/22 Cello Masterclass with Anne Williams, Twichell Auditorium
6/23 String Intensive Program Recital, Daniel Recital Hall
6/29 Violin Masterclass with Kim Kennedy, Twichell Auditorium
6/30 String Intensive Program Recital, Lawson Recital Hall
6/30 Flute Intensive Program Recital, Lawson Recital Hall
7/5 Honors Recital, Twichell Auditorium
7/12 Clarinet Intensive Study Recital, Daniel Recital Hall
7/14 String Intensive Program Recital, Daniel Recital Hall
Accepting students on an interview/audition basis. Students who have had previous studies should be prepared to perform their most advanced work from memory.
Chinese American pianist Beibei Lin maintains an active schedule as an educator and performer. Hailing from a family of teachers, Dr. Lin is first and foremost dedicated to the development, growth, and success of her students and considers teaching her highest calling and greatest privilege. She believes in a thorough musical education that emphasizes, in equal proportion, theoretical knowledge, technical training, and historical understanding. She seeks to nurture dedication, independence, and responsibility in her students, qualities that allow students to become well-rounded musicians, mature thinkers, and thoughtful citizens of their community. MORE