Sandy Wang (BMus, MMus, DMus(cand))
Taiwanese pianist Sandy Wang was a winner of the Taiwan National Music Competition in 2014. Sandy has been performing as a solo pianist as well as a collaborative pianist in numerous venues across the United States and Taiwan. As a virtuoso pianist, she focuses on various periods of piano repertoire including works by the three Bâ€™s of classical music: Bach, Beethoven, and Brahms as well as twentieth-century composers: Samuel Barber and Charles Griffes. Her ten years experience as a flutist helped her become a proficient chamber musician as well. Sandy graduated with a Bachelor of Music degree with Joanne Polk from Manhattan School of Music in New York and received her Dual Masterâ€™s degree in Piano Performance and Chamber Music under Arthur Greene at the University of Michigan. She is currently pursuing her Doctor of Musical Arts degree at the University of British Columbia. Sandy is enthusiastic about teaching piano and music education in general. She has volunteered as a piano teacher at non-profit organizations and summer music camps in Taiwan. For the past five years, she has taught students of all ages and grade levels with diverse genres of music. Her goal is to spread the pleasures of music with young musicians using a patient and energetic approach.
Below, you can watch Ms Wang’s performance of the Beethoven Sonata No 31 in A flat major, Op 110, Mov I
Below, you can watch Ms Wang’s performance in the Arensky Piano Trio No 1 in D minor, Op 32, for violin, cello, and piano