As Boston Music Project continues to extend our program offerings to more schools and youth in the Boston and Greater Boston communities, we are also expanding our instrument offerings to include piano private lessons beginning this fall! In doing so, we are excited to welcome pianist, Tianhong Yang, to our team of Teaching Artists. Click here to learn more about our private lesson program.
Based in Boston, Chinese born pianist Tianhong Yang has made her solo appearances actively in a number of prestigious festivals and venues across Europe, Asia and the USA. Yang made her UK debut in 2010 at the St. David’s Hall, Cardiff, performing Beethoven’s Third Piano Concerto, Op.37, under the direction of Maestro David Jones. Throughout Yang’s competition career, she has participated and won numerous top prizes in international piano competitions such as Liege International Piano Competition and Andree Charlier International Piano Competition.
Yang is currently working on her doctoral degree in Piano Performance at Boston University's College of Fine Arts (CFA), under the guidance of Pavel Nersessian. She has traveled the world throughout her education and piano studies and says “[she] wanted to come to Boston University to search for a different environment, to collaborate with other fields.” Learn more about Ms. Yang with a short feature video from BU's CFA.
To learn more about Ms. Yang, we invite you to read her full biography on our Teaching Artists page. You can also listen to her interpretation of Bach-Liszt's Prelude and Fugue in A minor, S. 462 by clicking the video link below!