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Name  Lan Shui
Role  Conductor
Education  Boston University

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Albums  French Trumpet Concertos
Nominations  Grammy Award for Best Classical Instrumental Solo
Similar People  Yevgeny Sudbin, Alexander Tcherepnin, Sharon Bezaly, Noriko Ogawa, Gil Shaham

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Lan Shui (Chinese: 水蓝, born 1957) is a Chinese-American conductor. He is currently Music Director of the Singapore Symphony Orchestra.

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Born in Hangzhou, China, Shui is the son of a doctor and a banker. He began his musical studies on violin, but the Cultural Revolution interrupted his violin studies, and a subsequent football injury terminated his violin studies. At the Beijing Central Conservatory of Music, he focused on conducting and composition, and worked regularly with the Beijing Symphony Orchestra. He continued his musical studies in the USA at Boston University and Tanglewood, where his instructors included Michael Charry, David Hoose, and classes at Tanglewood with Leonard Bernstein. He served as an assistant conductor with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, and associate conductor with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.

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Choo Hoey invited Shui to the Singapore Symphony Orchestra (SSO) in 1993. Shui succeeded Hoey as music director in 1997. His work in contemporary music has included leading the world premiere of Bernard Tan's Violin Concerto in January 2006, with the orchestra's leader Lynnette Seah as soloist. With the SSO, Lan Shui has made commercial recordings for the BIS label. He is scheduled to conclude his music directorship of the SSO in January 2019. From 2007 to 2015, he was chief conductor of the Copenhagen Philharmonic. He was formerly principal guest conductor of the Aalborg Symphony Orchestra.

Shui is the recipient of several international awards, including the Boston University's Distinguished Alumni Award. He also received the Cultural Medallion in 2009 in recognition of his work for the Singapore Symphony Orchestra. He also appears semi-regularly with the National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra (NTSO) .

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Shui has been married twice. He has a son from his first marriage, and a son from his second marriage.

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