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Teaching Dates 

July 26 - August 4

Teaching Languages
English, Chinese

Beatrice Long has performed as a soloist throughout the world, including performances with the Baltimore Symphony, Orquesta Sinfonia Estato de Mexico, National Symphony of Taiwan, Taipei Symphony Orchestra, Civic Orchestra of Taipei, Montevideo Philharmonic (Uruguay), Ensemble du Monde (New York City), New Amsterdam Symphony (New York), Jura Symphony Orchestra (France), Mozart Festival Orchestra (San Antonio TX), Curtis Symphony Orchestra and Laredo Philharmonic among others.  

A medalist in several international competitions including Cleveland International Competition, World Piano Competitions of Cincinnati and the Taipei International Piano Competitions, Ms. Long’s rare combination of dramatic virtuosity and eloquent musicianship has captivated audiences in France, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, China, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Central and South America and in the U.S. Worldwide venues where Ms Long has given full solo recitals include: Ravinia Festival (Chicago), Chateau Lourmarin, Lons le Saunier Theatre, Festivals of Champagne and Fontainebleau (France), Kunsthalle Appenzelle (Switzerland), Phillips Gallery (Washington D.C.), International Piano Series (Charleston S.C.), and the American Embassies in Costa Rica, Guatemala and Honduras, SODRE and Pablo Atchugarry Foundation in Uruguay.

A native of Taiwan, Ms. Long was invited to perform Beethoven’s Fourth Concerto for the President of Taiwan in the Presidential Palace.  She is a versatile musician who has collaborated with many well-known musicians, such as Ruggiero Ricci.

As part of the Long Duo ( with her sister Christina Long, Beatrice has performed at Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center, Weill Hall Carnegie Hall, Taiwan National Theatre, Hangzhou Grand Theatre and Guangzhou’s Xinghai Theatre (China), Jordan Hall in Boston, Dallas Museum of Arts, As a recording artist, Ms. Long’s albums (Naxos) received favorable reviews from the BBC Magazine (U.K.). The American Record Guide describes her recording of Scriabin Mazurkas (Naxos) ‘impressive on many levels’. 


Ms Long graduated with honors from the Curtis Institute of Music and Peabody Conservatory, where she studied with Mieczyslaw Horszowski, Leon Fleisher, Seymour Lipkin and Enrique Graf.  She was under the tutelage of Gaby Casadesus in Paris and Fou Ts’ong in London.

Ms. Long is currently on the faculty at the Music Conservatory of Brooklyn College, CUNY, InterHarmony Festival in Piedmont Italy (2017, 2022), Sulzbach-Rosenberg in Germany (2018, 2020). She enjoys teaching, and is a master-class teacher at the Peabody Institute and a guest artist at Princeton International Arts Festival in 2021, and Brown University Concerts 2022.

"Beatrice Long caused a sensation" -- Le Provencal, France

“With inspired mastery, emotive range and profound lyricism characteristic of the virtuoso, she captured the poetic essence of the music and extracted their most intimate and hidden meaning” -- La Nacion, Costa Rica

"Long plays with a maximum of insight and technical ability and can bring the mighty Steinway to its knees" -- Post and Courier, Charleston, SC

"With the barnstorming technique, the Taiwan natives allowed every piece they played to speak for itself" -- The Washington Post (for the Long Duo)

“Playing with total control, Beatrice Long let this mighty composition become powerful” -- Onetz, Sulzbach-Rosenberger Amberger Zeitung, Germany

"Long is persuasive in delicately inflected pieces…..conveyed with sensibility." -- BBC Magazine, London, England

"Beatrice Long is a strong, no-nonsense musician whose command of these works is impressive on many levels. She fathoms easily their harmonic substance, demonstrates an impressive patience with their form, and has a fine ear for detail and phrasing" -- The American Record Guide

"Long brought a rare combination of charmingly graceful, yet almost sober dedication in her stage presence and effortless but fiery brilliance in her keyboard approach" -- The Post and Courier, Charleston, SC

"Beatrice Long gave a heroine's performance of Tchaikovsky's Concerto No.1 in B flat Minor, exhibiting dazzling technique and an innovative lyrical approach to the music." -- Prince George's Journal, Washington, D.C.

"Consummate craft....delicate and refined technique... finesse...elegance" -- Le Dauphine Libre, France

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