Teaches

Pre-College, Ensemble Coach

Graduate Studies, Collaborative Skills: Instrumental

Allie Su has taught and performed extensively as a chamber musician throughout the United States, Asia and Europe. Specializing in wind and brass accompanying, Su has collaborated with many leading artists including Nitzan Haroz, Carol Jantsch, Denison Paul Pollard, Demondrae Thurman, Toby Oft, Benjamin Kamins, George Sakakeeny, and Alexa Still in various concert venues. Su has served as a collaborative pianist in major festivals including Perlman Music Program, Interlochen Center for the Arts, American Viola Society, Cooper International Violin Competition and Meadowmount School of Music Summer Festival.

As an internationally recognized chamber artist, Su has performed and given master classes at the Oberlin Conservatory, University of Texas in Austin, University of Denver, University of Colorado in Boulder, Cleveland State University, Taipei University, Tunghai University, Sun Yat-sen University, Seoul National University, and Yonsei University. Besides being an instrumental accompanying specialist, Su also served as a vocal coach and staff pianist for the Land of Enchantment Opera, Young Artist Program at the Butler Opera Center, and Franco-American Vocal Academy, ISING Summer Festival in Suzhou, China and Lingua e Canto in Sant’ Angelo in Vado, Italy.

Su is currently on faculty at The Tianjin Juilliard School in Tianjin, China where she is an instructor in the graduate studies program, chamber coach in pre-college, and staff pianist area coordinator. Prior to her position at Tianjin Juilliard, Su served as a full-time collaborative pianist at the Oberlin Conservatory and was piano faculty member at the Oberlin Community Music School.

Su has a DMA in collaborative piano from the University of Texas in Austin under the tutelage of Anne Apperson and an MM in piano performance from Arizona State University.