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徐惟恩 - シュ ウェイエン - 서유은

Quarry Bay, HONG KONG

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A graduate of the Juilliard School, Mr. Wei-En Hsu is an accomplished pianist, organist, conductor, répétiteur and composer, and recently has added perfumer and photographer into his resume. A native of Taiwan, he received his BFA degree in Piano at the Taipei National University of the Arts.  As a musician, he has performed in Australia, Belgium, China, France, Germany, Israel, Japan, Malaysia, Romania, South Korea, Turkey, UK, and US. 


Mr. Hsu is now an Associate Professor at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts.  He is on the board of several arts related organisations in the US, China, Japan and Malaysia, and has been awarded Visiting Professorships at Sichuan University of Arts and Science, Western Orthodox University, European-American University. 











I'm a trained musician, educated in Taiwan, US and UK.  Although my background is in music, I learn to see the world in a different way.  That's why I chose photography, I want to guide the audience to see the world from another angle.


When the world is shut down during the COVID-19 pandemic, I believe there's still beauty around us.  Whether it's just as simple as daily life, or the glorious nature.  It's time to slow down our paths, and to reconnect with the world we've been living in.


When I perform on stage, composing a new piece of music, or lecturing to my audience, it's about empowering and sharing.  Also, to infuse my ideas into creation.  Lately, I've obtained the certificate of Perfume and Craftsmanship, which I created a few perfumes with musical ideas, which tell the stories of great repertoires.  It's my passion to share that creativities don't lie in just one discipline, that's why I try to branch out to different genres, and of course now, to photography. 







Fellowship Diploma (in Composition and Performance with Honours) of the St. Cecilia School of Music (F.Dip.SCSM(Hons))


Visiting Fellow of the European-American University (FEAU)


Visiting Fellow of the Western Orthodox University (FWOU)


Fellow of the Society of Crematorium Organists (FSCO)


Fellow (Composition) of the Australian Society of Musicology and Composition (F.Comp.ASMC)


Fellow (Performance) of the Australian Society of Musicology andComposition (F.Perf.ASMC)


Fellow of the Fraternity of St Cecilia (FFSC)


Fellow of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (FRSA)


Associate Fellow of the National College of Music (AFNCollM)


Fellow of the Guild of Musicians and Singers (FGMS)





National Theater and Concert Hall (NTCH) Artist-in-Residence





Associate of the Royal Academy of Music (ARAM)





Los Angeles International Liszt Piano Competition, Winner


The American Prize (both Conductor and Choral divisions), Semi-finalist





Stern Fellow at SongFest





Distinction Performance Award at Royal Academy of Music


Sir Arthur Bliss Prize Harold Craxton Prize, Very Highly Commended


Ludmilla Andrew Russian Song Prize Accompaniment Award





Major Van Someren-Godfery Prize Accompaniment Award


John Ireland Prize, Very Highly Commended


Scott Huxley Piano Accompaniment Prize 





Taiwan Music Award (1st in Composition, 2nd in Chamber Choir, 3rd in Chorus)





Taipei Philharmonic Foundation Arising Star Award