Ms. Jing'er Xu has performed as a soloist and chamber musician in the United States, Italy and China. Ms. Xu was graduated from the middle school of Shanghai Conservatory where she majored in piano. Ms. Xu attended the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and studies with Professor Yoshikazu Nagai. She received her Bachler and Master degree both in San Francisco Conservatory of Music. Currently She is a second year DMA student in university of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. Study with Prof. Pratt.
Ms. Xu has performed several times in the Performance Hall of the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, and is a prizewinner of several competitions including first prize winner of the 2011 Sturm-Page Piano Scholarship Competition, the Doris Marliave Award in the Berkeley Piano Club 2013 Dorothy Van Waynen Competition for Piano. She won the first prize in the 2014 San Francisco Conservatory of Music Piano Concerto Competition held in March and she performed Prokofiev Piano Concerto No.1 in D-Flat major with San Francisco Conservatory of Music student orchestra in the following fall season. Last year, she also won the first prize in the 2016 College of Conservatory of Music Concerto Competition and has performed Mozart Concerto in E flat major k.271 with the CCM philharmonic orchestra.
Recently she had two chamber concerts in the music series of “sea turtles” (Chinese who have studied aboard and returned) week in the Shanghai Concert Hall. As a piano instructor, Ms.Xu also has many experiences of teaching for all levels both in China and Unite States.