Ms. Wang has been teaching piano to students of all skill and experience levels, from basic beginners to conservatory level performers for more than 20 years. Her style is personable and friendly but serious. Part of the joy of playing a musical instrument is seeing continual progress on a weekly basis. Such progress requires both a committed student and an experienced and highly trained instructor.
Ms. Wang approach instruction according to the individual goals and preferences of each student. However, reading music, training the ear, understanding theory, and having the proper technique make a pianist into a strong and versatile performer.
Ms. Wang had provided the curriculum for and coached her students through all eight levels of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music. Many of them have passed their levels with ‘distinction’.
Her studio is conveniently located in Chelsea area in Manhattan.
Ms. Wang began her piano study in Shen Yang, China at age 6. At 8, she won first prize in both the city-wide and state-wide piano competitions for her age group. She attended both the Shanghai Conservatory of Music in Shanghai, China, and The Tchaikovsky Conservatory of Music in Moscow, Russia.
In the 1990s, she began her teaching career at Shen Yang Conservatory of Music, and, during this time, she won “The Best Accompanist” at China’s First National Voila Competition and the Gold Cup (1st Prize) at the International Folk Music Invitational Competition in Hong Kong.
In 2004, Ms. Wang came to the U.S. to continue her piano studies, receiving a Master’s Degree of Music in Piano Performance from Westminster Choir College in 2011.
She has performed at St. Patrick's Cathedral, on ABC's "Good Morning America," and in Yankee Stadium where her audience was Pope Benedict XVI. At Princeton’s Richardson Auditorium, she performed the Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No.2 Op.18 as a soloist with the Princeton Sinfonia Orchestra.