Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota, April 28 through May 1, 2010
Artist biography She-e Wu
She-e Wu is Associate Professor of Percussion at Northwestern University's Bienen School of Music. She-e Wu is also a former member of jazz faculties at the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. She Studied under Robert Schietroma, Leigh Howard Stevens, Ed Soph, and Tzong-Ching Ju. Member of the Bob Becker Ensemble.
Convention appearances as a solo artist include Percussive Arts Society International Conventions, National Percussion Convention of Spain, and the International Percussion Convention.
Festival appearances as a solo artist include Journées de la Percussion, NancyPhony Festival, perKumania Festival, PercuPassion Festival, Back Symposium/Bach Variation Festival at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, International Percussion Festival, and Giornate della Percussione in Italy.
She-e Wu is an active composer, with premieres at the Journées de la Percussion festival and the Taipei International Percussion Convention.
Guest recitalist and clinician at universities and conservatories in France, Belgium, Italy, Sweden, Denmark, England and Germany.
She-e Wu is served as judge for the PAS Composition Competition and International Percussion Ensemble Competition. She's also a clinician/recitalist for Dynasty, Zildjian and Innovative Percussion.
Originally a timpanist and percussionist in her home country of Taiwan, She-e Wu came to the United States in 1991 to study at the University of North Texas where she earned her Bachelor and Master's Music degrees. Her teachers include Dr. Robert Schietroma, Leigh Howard Stevens, Ed Soph, Tzong-Ching Ju. She also studied composition with Dr. Joseph Klein. She-e is a member of the Bob Becker Ensemble. Her recording of the Ewazen marimba concerto with the International Sejong Soloists has been released on Resonator Records.