Winnie Su

Piano (all levels and ages)


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Born and raised in Australia, Winnie found her love for the piano at the age of 7 and was awarded her licentiate Lmus.A diploma at the age of 14 as a student of Margaret Hair. She is currently under the guidance of Professor Graham Scott at the Royal Northern College of Music in the final year of her undergraduate study and would like to extend her deepest gratitudes to the Leverhulme Arts Scholarships, the Waverley Fund and Kawai Australia for their generous support.

Winnie made her debut at 12, performing Beethoven's Piano Concerto no.1 in Sydney's Verbrugghen Hall, followed by Grieg's Piano Concerto the next year, both conducted by John Ockwell. Her recent accolades include winning the RNCM Concerto Competition, and in 2022, she won the Sydney Eisteddfod Kawai Piano Scholarship, streamed by the Australian Digital Concert Hall at the Zenith Theatre.

In April 2024, she is set to perform Beethoven's 'Emperor' Concerto with the Willoughby Symphony in Sydney's Chatswood Concourse, and Schumann Piano Concerto with Sydney University Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Luke Spicer. Following in June, she will give a performance of Beethoven's 4th piano concerto with the RNCM Symphony Orchestra at The Bridgewater Hall, under the baton of Gergeley Madaras.

Keen to diversify her roles as a pianist alongside her solo career, Winnie collaborates with various instrumentalists, vocalists, ensembles and orchestras. She recently partnered with violinist Callum Smart, and received coaching from renowned musicians such as Jeremy Young, Donald Grant, Petr Prause, David Jones, Harvey Davis and Jonathan Fisher. She performed with the Hallé at the Bridgewater Hall “Animal Magic'' concerts with pianist Rose McLachlan as the winners of the RNCM Duo Prize this year. She was also selected as the winner of the Williams-Howard Prize with mezzo soprano Morgana Warren-Jones and performed at the Buxton International Festival. Her versatility extends to orchestral pianism, notably in the RNCM opera production of Jonathan Dove's 'Mansfield Park', and she expands her keyboard skills into the harpsichord and historical performance.
Winnie's commitment to her continuous learning led her to engage with world-class pedagogues including Anton Nel, Kathryn Stott, John Perry, Jean-Efflam Bavouzet, Stephen Hough, Peter Donohoe, Piers Lane, Charles Owen and Robert McDonald through masterclasses and short term exchanges. With nine years of her own teaching experience, she gave masterclasses for the students at the University of New South Wales in 2022.
Winnie is a piano sales and teaching professional at Forsyths Music Shop in Manchester. With expertise in piano sales and instruction, she is committed to helping students develop their musical talents and helping everyone find the perfect instrument to suit their needs.
When Winnie is away from the piano, she spends her spare time learning to tune and restore pianos as an apprentice assisting and learning from piano technician Phillip Simmons of Metropolitan Piano Co.