Brian L.

Brian L.

Regular performer and competition participant, enthustiastic teacher!

Classical Piano Lessons

Levels Taught: Intermediate, Advanced

The curriculum will cover music from the romantic, classical, and baroque eras. The way that lessons are organized will ensure that students have a solid grasp of technique as well as stylistic understanding. Additionally, I will work with each student to identify and overcome any relevant weaknesses, and lessons will be tailored for each individual. Usually, I let the pupils choose a composition that appeals to them as well.

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About

  • Male

  • Teaching since June 2019

  • Teaches students aged 8+

Brian Luo began piano lessons at the age of six, studying with Prof. David Lockett AM from age eight. After two years of learning the piano, he started to show great enthusiasm for the piano, winning numerous awards and prizes in Adelaide, including a Single Studies Scholarship at the Elder Conservatorium from 2012 to 2015. In 2015, Brian was offered a full scholarship place at the renowned Purcell School in London, where he studied with Patsy Toh, and later received a British Government scholarship to support his music studies. At Purcell, Brian had a variety of performance opportunities, and after winning an internal school competition, he was given the opportunity to perform at Milton Court. Now based in Melbourne, Brian is completing his Master of Music (Performance) degree at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, studying with Glenn Riddle.
Brian has achieved notable recognition in various competitions, including:
Semi-finalist Singapore International piano Competition, 2023
Frederick Harlock Scholarship, 2022
First prize in the Boroondara Concerto Competition, 2022
First prize in the Theme and Variations Foundations Award, 2022
First prize in the University of Melbourne Concerto and Aria Competition, 2021
First prize in 3MBS's 'The Talent,' 2021
First prize in the Melbourne Recital Centre Great Romantics Competition, Elisabeth Murdoch prize, 2020
Katherine Ellis Memorial Scholarship, Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, 2020
Musical Society of Victoria’s Hephzibah Menuhin Piano Award, 2019
Pearis Rodgers Scholarship, Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, 2019

As a teacher, he has taught as a tutor at the University of Melbourne's youth chamber academy and maintains a small group of students.

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$70/60min