Taiwanese born pianist Hui-Min Wang has performed as solo recitalist, collaborative pianist, and chamber musician extensively in the United States and in Europe. At the age of fifteen, Ms. Wang won the top prize at the Taiwan Youth Music Competition. After receiving the distinction of Artistic Talents Excellence from the Taiwan Ministry of Education in Taipei, she went broad to study at the Hochschule for Musik in Munich, Germany. She continued her piano studies in Vienna with Krassimira Jordan, and in Boston with Veronica Jochum, for her post-graduate studies at the New England Conservatory of Music. In 1991, Baylor University honored Ms. Wang with a meritorious award for artistic achievement, upon the completion of her Master’s Degree and Teaching Fellowship.
From 1994 to 1997, Ms. Wang was staff pianist and assistant opera coach at the Hartt School, Hartford, Connecticut. She has collaborated with various renounced artists such as Carol Wincenc and Leone Buyse. Ms. Wang has also been a member of the piano faculty at the Suffield Academy and Community Music Center of Boston. She has toured both China and Taiwan with saxophonist Radnofsky, and in September 1999 became Chair of the Piano Department at the South Shore Conservatory of Music.