Pianist Rosa Li, native of Portland, Oregon, is a graduate of Indiana University and Columbia University. Recent performance highlights include concerts at Alice Tully Hall, Morse Hall, Paul Hall, and the Chautauqua Music Festival in New York. Rosa made her orchestral debut at the age of nine with the Far Eastern Symphony Orchestra in Khabarovsk Russia, and she has since performed extensively throughout the United States and China in both solo and collaborative recitals. A passionate advocate for music education, Rosa has been a seven-time feature soloist of the annual Ten Grands Concert for the Snowman Foundation. In addition, her achievements include winning top prizes in the MTNA National Baldwin Piano Competition and MTNA National Yamaha Piano Competition. She was named the youngest Artist Fellow with Chamber Music Northwest, and she was recipient of the Treasures of Portland Award honoring impactful civic contributions to the city of Portland, Oregon. As arts administrator, Rosa worked as part of the founding team for the Indiana University Office of Music Entrepreneurship, and she has served in marketing and development roles at the Manhattan School of Music, and The Metropolitan Opera. Previous teachers include Dorothy Fahlman and André Watts. Currently, Rosa is pursuing her graduate degree at The Juilliard School in New York as a student of Margo Garrett and Jonathan Feldman.