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Artist 羅乃新 Nancy Loo        香港著名鋼琴家 Hong Kong Pianist

    羅乃新是港其中一位最多面藝術家:她既是鋼琴家,亦是電臺節目主持、戲劇演員和作家。羅氏於1978年獲選為香港十大傑出青年,現任教於香港演藝學院及香港中文大學,並經常應邀主持音樂講座,大師班和出任鋼琴比賽評判。
    羅乃新以獎學金入讀茱利亞音樂學院,受教于阿德里‧馬蓋斯(Adele Marcus)門下。在該校取得碩士學位後,羅乃新又往巴黎及義大利追隨弗拉多‧貝利慕特(Vlado Perlemuter)及基度‧阿哥斯提(Guido Agosti)學藝。她于1976年在義大利蒙紮贏得裡薩拉加略國際鋼琴比賽首獎;此外,又在多項比賽中獲獎,包括在巴黎舉行的馬瑰烈朗格國際鋼琴比賽。
    作為鋼琴演奏家,羅氏曾在英國、美國、歐洲、北美洲及東南亞各地舉行獨奏會及與樂團合作。羅氏致力推廣現代音樂,曾在多屆之「音樂新文化」及前年「國際現代音樂節」中亮相。她曾為電影《情色地圖》、《天長地久》、《源來是愛》及電視劇《洋紫荊》的配樂演奏,並灌錄了聖詩專輯《縈繞心間》、與香港中樂團合作的《春江花月夜》及《十面埋伏》和香港作曲家之鋼琴獨奏曲。

Nancy Loo is one of Hong Kong's most versatile artists, as pianist, radio programme host, actress and writer. She was a recipient of the Ten Outstanding Young Persons Award in 1978. She currently teaches piano at The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and The Chinese University of Hong Kong and is often invited to host music talks and master-classes, and to serve as a juror for piano competitions.
Ms. Loo attended the Juilliard School on scholarship, where she studied with Adele Marcus. After graduating with a Master's degree, she studied with Vlado Perlemuter in Paris and Guido Agosti in Italy. She was first prizewinner at the Fourth Rina Sala Gallo International Competition in Monza in 1976, and has won many other international competitions, including the Marguerite Long International Competition in Paris.
As a pianist, Loo has given solo recitals and performed with orchestras in England, Europe, North America and Asia. Locally, she has appeared in the Hong Kong Arts Festival Orchestra and the Hong Kong Sinfonietta. A keen promoter of contemporary music, she has participated in the annual Musicarama and the ISCM World Music Days Festival. She has also played the piano part for the soundtrack of several Hong Kong films and television series. Her recordings include a piano solo album of Christian music, Ambush and Moonlight on Spring River with the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra and piano works by local composers.