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Connor Tsui


Sixteen-year-old cellist Connor Tsui is currently in 12th grade at Trinity School NYC. He is in the pre-college program at Manhattan School of Music, studying with Ole Akahoshi. Connor has won many competitions, including first prize in the American Protégé International Competitions and the Cremona International Music Competition twice. This summer he won the concerto competition at Vancouver Symphony Institute and performed with University of British Columbia chamber orchestra. In July 2019, he won the regional round of the Osaka International Competition in Weyer, Austria. Connor placed 2nd in the Concert Artist International Virtuoso Competition with a performance at Weill Hall in March 2019, he also placed 2nd in the best performances of Kabalevsky, Dvorak, & Shostakovich Great Composers Competitions, and 3rd at NY International Competition for Young Artists in 2019. He was a finalist in the 2018 Ensemble 212 Young Artist Competition, and the 2017 Lyra Youth Music Concerto Competition. In the summer of 2013, Connor made his orchestral debut at age 10 with the National Academic Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine in Kiev. Connor sang for 5 years with the Metropolitan Opera Children's Chorus and made his debut with the NY Philharmonic in December 2014 as a boy soprano soloist. Connor plays the piano, is on the water polo team at school and enjoys conducting, fencing, robotics and traveling.








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