Faculty & Staff

Linh Trinh

Keyboard Skills

Graduate Lecturer

  • Keyboard Skills

Education

  • B.A., St. Mary’s College of Maryland
  • M.M., George Mason University

Linh holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Music with cum laude honors from St. Mary’s College of Maryland, and a Master’s of Music in Piano Performance from George Mason University. She is currently a Doctor of Music Arts candidate with concentration in Piano Performance at George Mason University where she also teaches as a Graduate Lecturer. Her past and present teachers include Tuan Huu Nguyen, Dung Kim Hoang, Mai Phuong Vu, Brian Ganz, Dr. and Dr. Linda A. Monson. She is the recipient of the Friends of Music Ruth Jacksier Scholarship Award, CVPA Graduate Scholarship Award, and Dr. Linda Apple Monson Music Endowment Award.

Linh has been selected to perform in many important recitals and performances at George Mason University, including but not limited to the Grand Piano Celebration 2015, 2016, and 2017, Arts by George!, and George Mason University School of Music Honors Recital 2016. Linh played in several masterclasses by world-renowned pianists, including but not limited to Peabody graduate Awadagin Pratt, and Leon Schelhase, a professor at Curtis Institute of Music. In 2018, she won first prize in the George Mason University Concerto Competition to be featured as soloist in the Mason Symphony Orchestra Concert. Her international performances include the Young Artist’s Recital of the Alba Music Festival in Italy. She has premiered several compositions by contemporary composers, including Giacomo Platini’s “Le notti di cristallo,” and two works by Edward Knoeckel, Piano Reflection No. 1 and “Gnostica” Sonata.

Contact Ms. Trinh:  ltrinh2@masonlive.gmu.edu