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Eric Lu a Chinese-American classical pianist.
A very talented young man.

Monday, 26 November 2018
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“Artistry of that kind is rare in pianists of any age; to find it in a 20-year old is simply astounding” – The Daily Telegraph, September 2018

Eric Lu is a Chinese-American classical pianist. At 20 years old, he won the First Prize and Gold Medal at the Leeds International Piano Competition in 2018. He played Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 4 in the finals with the Hallé Orchestra conducted by Edward Gardner. After winning, he was immediately signed by Askonas Holt and Warner Classics.

In October 2015, he had a distinguished participation at the XVII International Chopin Piano Competition, winning the 4th prize at the age of 17, becoming one of the youngest laureates in the history of the competition. He joins the likes of pianists such as Krystian Zimerman, Daniil Trifonov, and Yundi Li, who also won prizes in this competition while still in their teens. He was one of the few pianists to put forth the 24 Preludes, Op. 28 in the 3rd stage. Earlier in 2014, he won the Moscow International Fryderyk Chopin Competition for Young Pianists, and the US National Chopin Competition in Miami (2015). Shortly afterwards, he performed a recital at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York, as well as the 70th International Chopin Festival in Duszniki, Poland. He went on a tour of Japan and Korea with the Warsaw Philharmonic along with the other prizewinners of the Chopin Competition in January 2016. In 2017, he won the International German Piano Award in Frankfurt.

“Eric

What so special about this chart? Geng 庚 metal day master has root and have resource.

If this is a weak daymaster then resources are his talents but resource are hidden and weak. His current TaYun (2010-2019) is 庚戌 metal on earth, earth still hidden, there was no way his talents was this much appreciated.

If this a strong day master, his current TaYun (2010-2019) is 庚戌 metal on earth, can he scored so many rewards? Metal does not represent his talents. Eric Lu first came to international attention as a prize winner at the 2015 Chopin International Competition in Warsaw aged just 17, and on winning the 2017 International German Piano Award and the US National Chopin Competition. His next 2 TaYun with resources reveal will he be able to prosper?

This is a follower chart. Don't ask me why and if you are my student you should know the answer. Water represents his talents and his current TaYun (2010-2019), water is the strongest and have the strongest support.

How about his next TaYun (2020-2029) when earth appear and suppress his talent stars which is water? Is he able to shine his brightest light?

References

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_Lu

https://www.ericlupianist.com/#/bio




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