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Jing Lu
Jing Lu

Adjunct Yangqin (Chinese dulcimer) Instructor

Office: LH135

Jing Lu began studying yangqin (Chinese dulcimer) at age four, when she became known as a child prodigy. As a result of her outstanding performances and continued success, she received the highest scores in the country and was admitted to the Central Conservatory of Music for classical yangqin at the age of twelve. She received her M.F.A. in Stage Management at Columbia University in May 2013. She received her B.A. degree in Yangqin Performance from the top music conservatory in China, Central Conservatory of Music (CCOM), in 2010.

She has performed solo and chamber music concerts in many cities in China and United States include Off-Broadway production of David Henry Hwang’s Golden Child opening ceremony at Signature Theatre in New York; Sound of Summer Concert at Central Connecticut State University. Jasmine Blossoms in the City of Roses Chinese Dulcimer Concert at Portland State University. The Bridge Chinese Dulcimer Solo Recital at Carnegie Hall.

Jing Lu relocated to Portland in 2017. She is luckily on the faculty members of the Portland State University. She also professionally serving as Special Music Project Coordinator for the Confucius Institute at PSU. Her projects are including music concerts, music activates and International Summer Music School programs in China yearly. She performs and teaches in the region as well.