Taiwanese-American flutist Linden Wu is a rising musician and teacher in based in the city of Boston. Raised in the Chicago suburbs, he started piano at age four and began flute when he was ten years old. He received his undergraduate degree in music education from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana, studying under Dr. Jonathan Keeble. He went on to receive his master’s degree in music performance from the New England Conservatory, where he received tutelage from Paula Robison.
Various awards and honors that he received were 2nd place in solo competition and 1st place in the chamber music competition hosted by the Illinois Flute Society, runner-up in the Armstrong Competition, and finalist for the Chicago Flute Club Solo Competition. In addition, he has had previous engagements with the Yellow River Ensemble, Boston Philharmonic, and the Video Game Orchestra of Boston. He currently studies flute with Elizabeth Rowe, principal of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.