Joy Chi Wang 王琦, Pianist
Born and raised in Taiwan, Indigenous Taiwanese pianist Joy Chi Wang graduated from Manhattan School of Music with piano performance master degree and has presented abundant music performances as a soloist, chamber musician and singer at Carnegie Hall, National Taiwan Concert Hall and so on.
In 2009 and 2010, Ms. Wang has own first prizes in two competitions in Taipei, Taiwan with exceptional scores and she has been granted second prize in Taiwan area of Japan Classic Music International Competition.
Except piano pedagogy, multi-arts collaboration, Ms. Wang also dedicates to promote indigenous Taiwanese music. She has performed as leading singer on International Biology Olympiad opening ceremony, World Association for Symphony Bands and Ensembles festival and has introduced traditional instrument as first female nose flute player in NYC. Now Ms. Wang is actively brining virtuoso piano works in Indigenous Taiwanese style as a new and sharp enjoyment to the audience in United States.
Joy is now piano faculty in Brooklyn Musical Arts and staff accompanist in Manhattan School of Music. Her newly-formed Julep Piano Trio has won 2015 Shining Stars Competition and was invited to perform at Carnegie Hall.
Source from台美文藝協會 2016/09
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