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About Tse Fu Lin

Performing artist in piano | Artistic project director | Composer | Jazz trumpeter | Camber pianist | Piano & Music teacher | Private tutor
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Tse Fu Lin (Oli Lin), born in Taiwan, Kaohsiung City, 10thMarch 1998, is recognized as one of the most versatile artists of his generation, who has recently been granted a Global Talent & Exceptional Promise status from the Arts Council England. Active not only as a solo pianist in his performer career, but also a collaborative director and producer in alternative projects artistically. Oli Lin has a rare understanding of the importance of music-making in the creation, and expression of, cultural identity. He has a natural empathy and openness for other people, which enhances and feeds his own music-making and allows him to collaborate easily and share generously. He is appreciative of all forms of musical, and non-musical, art. The most recent documentary project that Oli Lin directed in summer 2021 in partnership with the Edinburgh Society of Musicians, which explores collaborative practice between music and the visual arts, further showcases his openness to artistic exploration and synthesis. Similarly, his creation and production of tracks on Spotify and iTunes mark him out as an artist who refuses to acknowledge the cultural restraints so commonly encountered in classical music today. Oli Lin has an extensive performance experience both in the UK and abroad as a classical concert pianist. His festival appearances include the Ulverston Festival, Chipping Campden Festival and Bolzano, Italy, as well as his performance at the Beethoven festival 250 in Birmingham broadcast by La Scala radio and Classic FM. His exceptional talent has also led him to perform the Ravel piano concerto in G with conductor Daniele Rosina and the RBC Symphony Orchestra. Collaboratively performing in chamber groups, discovering new music both traditional and contemporary. He has also won multiple piano prizes in Taiwan and in the UK - at the North London Festival and the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, as well as being an accomplished and exciting jazz trumpeter. Oli Lin has been educated and participated fully in conservatories across the UK in different cities. He is a recent master’s graduate from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow, which is now ranked as the world’s top 3 institutions of performing arts in the world global rankings. In terms of his bachelor’, he graduated from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire in 2020 with First-Class Honours. He was also a pupil at the Guildhall School Music and Drama in London for 2 years at the age of 17. His exceptional talent and commitment whose performing abilities as a classical pianist place him among the finest students in the performing arts, and he has participated fully in the musical life towards his career, studied piano with Stephen Coombs, Daniel Browell, Sanae Nakajima and Chenyin Li, as well as participating in masterclasses with Steven Osborne, Tom Ostrovskis, Peter Donohoe, and Colin Stone. Oli Lin has also shown great commitment and interest towards music education, supporting and training young and aspiring musicians, of all genres, through his own teaching. He held a professional role as a piano teacher at Miart Music Centre, FirstTutors, and privately teaching in Birmingham and Glasgow for over 6 years. With the education and supervision of a huge number of students internationally from the age of 4 to 30 towards their individual goals. As well as the commitment to maintaining appropriate relationships and personal boundaries with both the children and parents. Oli Lin believes that we are the architect of hope for the next generation and seeing enjoyment in his students is always a great gift and one that Oli Lin feels extremely passionate about.

Musicianship
Genres:
Classical, Baroque, Fanfare, Musical theatre, Medieval music, Early music, Film / TV music, Classical crossover, Opera, Contemporary classical, Renaissance, Folk, Jazz, Avant garde, Easy listening, Experimental, Light music, Marching, Originals
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Wedding, Virtual event, Wedding proposal, Funeral / Memorial service, Church service, Hotel / Restaurant event, Bar / Club / Venue event, Private event, Corporate event, Charity event, Concert, Recording session, Theatre / Show, Cruise, Burns night, Birthday party, Christmas party, New Year's Eve
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Other skills:
Arranger, Composer, Orchestrator, Producer, Songwriter, Sound technician, Transcription, Accompanist, Instrumental teaching, Theory teaching, Composition teaching, Music therapy, Examiner
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Song list

Current active classical piano repertoire
Chopin - Etude Op. 25 No. 12 (Ocean)
Chopin - Etude Op. 25 No. 11 (Winter wind)
Chopin - Etude Op. 25 No. 10 (Octave)
Chopin - Scherzo in B-flat minor, Op. 31
Beethoven - Sonata No.27 in E minor Op.90
Beethoven - Sonata No.31 in A-flat Major Op.110
Beethoven - Sonata No.1 in F Minor Op.2
Bach - WTC1 No. 12 in f minor BWV 857
Bach - Piano Partita No. 2 In C Minor, BWV 826
Bach & Busoni - Chorale Preludes BWV 734
Bach & Busoni - Chorale Preludes BWV 639
Bach & Busoni - Chaconne in D Minor
Brahms - Klavierstücke Op.76 no.1
Brahms - Klavierstücke Op.76 no.5
Brahms - Piano sonata in F minor No.3 Op.5
Liszt - Transcendental Etudes No. 4 (Mazeppa)
Liszt - Transcendental Etudes No. 10
Liszt - Transcendental Etudes No. 12
Liszt - La Campanella
Makrokosmos, Vol. 1: No. 8, The Magic Circle of Infinity
Ravel Piano Concerto in G
Poulenc - Concerto for Two Pianos
Moritz Moszkowski ‒ Piano Concerto in E major, Op 59

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Short performance (up to 15 min)£300
Up to 1 hour£300
Up to 2 hours£350
Up to 3 hours£400
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Oli Lin has also shown great commitment and interest towards music education, supporting and training young and aspiring musicians, of all genres, through his own teaching. He held a professional role as a piano teacher at Miart Music Centre, FirstTutors, and privately teaching in Birmingham and Glasgow for over 6 years. With the education and supervision of a huge number of students internationally from the age of 4 to 30 towards their individual goals. As well as the commitment to maintaining appropriate relationships and personal boundaries with both the children and parents. Oli Lin believes that we are the architect of hope for the next generation and seeing enjoyment in his students is always a great gift and one that Oli Lin feels extremely passionate about.
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Reviews

From customers:

Joe C

Oli's ability to play in different genres and with great performance energy sets him apart from many other musicians and as such I used him in a key role on the album "Painted" which was released on the llih June 2017. The album gained rave reviews in the national press as wellas being played on BBC Radio 2.

Daniele C

I had the pleasure of working with Tse Fu (Oliver) Lin in 2020. After a rigorous and competitive selection process, Tse Fu was ask to perform the Ravel Piano Concerto in G in the prestigious Final Projects Concert for final year students at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire on the 27th of March 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic prevented us from performing the concerto but I was able to work with Tse Fu in some rehearsals of the piece. I was immediately impressed with how Tse Fu played the concerto. He is technically extremely accomplished and plays with brilliance, accuracy and has a wide palate of tone colours, dynamics and articulation. His playing was imaginative, sensitive and full of character. Whilst the concerto is only 25 minutes it requires a broad range of expression from a percussive jazz style to calm lyricism – Tse Fu clearly understood how to deliver a performance that embodied all of these styles.