Pronounced a “real talent” by the Wall Street Journal, pianist Andrea Lam is earning consistent acclaim as a soloist, recitalist, and chamber musician for her “great style and thrilling virtuosity” (Sydney Morning Herald). A frequent guest at US venues such as New York’s Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center to Australia’s Sydney Opera House, Andrea’s performances are noted internationally for her “melting lyricism, filigree touch and spirited eloquence” (The Australian).
Andrea Lam made her orchestral debut at age 13 with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, and since then she has given over 80 performances with orchestras in Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Japan, and Hong Kong. She has performed with many of the world’s leading conductors, including Alan Gilbert, Edo de Waart, Michael Christie, Sir William Southgate and Wing-sie Yip. She has performed with all the major Australian orchestras (Sydney, Melbourne, Queensland, Adelaide, Tasmanian, and West Australian symphony orchestras), the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, San Francisco Ballet Orchestra, Columbus Symphony Orchestra, Wichita Symphony, Ridgewood Symphony and Christchurch Symphony Orchestra (NZ). ABC Classics recently released her soloist recordings of two Mozart Concertos with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra and Nicholas Milton.