Part-Time Assistant Professor of Applied Music
Areas of expertisePiano
Vincent Lam joined the piano faculty of Southwestern University in 2006 where he teaches applied piano. Dr. Lam received the Bachelor of Music degree from the Manhattan School of Music, the Master of Music from the Cleveland Institute of Music and the Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Minnesota all in piano performance. His teachers included Nina Lelchuk, Phillip Kawin and Paul Schenly. Dr. Lam has performed solo and chamber music recitals throughout the United States and in South Korea including Brigham Young University, University of Houston, Texas Tech University and the Chosan University. Performances in music festivals include the Georgetown Festival of the Arts and the Interlochen Center for the Arts. He has also recorded music of the French composer Charles Dancla with Eri Lee Lam. Dr. Lam participated in a presentation at the Texas Music Educators Association of UIL music in 2008. He also serves frequently as an adjudicator for the Pearl Amster Competition sponsored by the Austin Civic Orchestra. Some prizes and awards include the first prize at the James Tatem Piano competition and the fourth prize at Young Keyboard Artist Association International Piano competition. Prior to coming to Southwestern University, Dr. Lam was a member of the piano faculty at the St. Joseph's School of Music in St. Paul, MN and a teaching assistant at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, MN where he taught applied and class piano.
Bachelor of Music, Manhattan School of Music
Master of Music, Cleveland Institute of Music
Doctor of Musical Arts , University of Minnesota
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