The Keyboard Trust Presents Sherri Lun ‘2020 Performing Artist of the Year’

Hosted at Steinway Hall on Wednesday, 24 April 2024 at 6.30pm

Sherri Lun

 ‘2020 Performing Artist of the Year’
South China Morning Post


Bach Toccata in G major, BWV 916
Schubert Sonata in C minor, D. 958
Franck Prelude Chorale and Fugue in B minor, FWV 21

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This one-hour recital will be followed by a short, informal interview with Sherri to talk about her life and her choice of music. Please join us for a complimentary glass of fizz + nibbles after the concert and an opportunity to meet the artist.

Donations to the Keyboard Trust gratefully received.


Named ‘2020 Performing Artist of the Year’ by the South China Morning Post, 20-year-old Sherri Lun majored in piano and viola as a junior student at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. She is currently studying with Prof. Christopher Elton at the Royal Academy of Music with a full scholarship supported by the Academy and the Hong Kong Scholarship for Excellence Scheme.

In 2013, Sherri was selected as a Young Scholar of the Lang Lang International Music Foundation. After her concerto debut with the Midwest Young Artists at the Ravinia Festival at age 11, she was invited to perform again at Ravinia the following year, as well as in Millennium Park (Chicago) and at the Fondation Louis Vuitton (Paris), followed by collaborations with the Salzburg Chamber Soloists, Hong Kong Youth Orchestra and the Kölner Kammerorchester.

Sherri has participated in festivals including Oxford, Pianale, Frost Chopin, Beijing International and the Summer Academy at the Universität Mozarteum, Salzburg. Still in her second year at the RAM, Sherri has won the Sterndale Bennett Prize and the 2023 Chung Nung Lee Prize. She has also been invited to perform in both the Academy’s autumn and summer piano festivals, the Bicentenary Chamber Festival and the Bicentenary celebration concert at Wigmore Hall.

Sherri is also a prize-winner in multiple international competitions including the Robert Schumann Competition (Düsseldorf), Zhuhai Mozart, ASEAN Chopin, Singapore and Steinway & Sons Youth. She was also a semi-finalist in the Aarhus International Piano Competition. In Hong Kong, she won numerous competitions and one of her performances was broadcast by Radio Television Hong Kong. In 2017, Sherri was awarded the ‘Highest Scorer of the Year’ prize by Trinity College London for her LTCL recital. Most recently, she undertook a four-recital tour in Malaysia, and released her debut CD, ‘Romantic Reveries’ on the KNS Classical label, featuring works by Schumann and Franck. As an active chamber musician, she regularly performs with the Adatto Piano Quartet and with orchestras as a violist.