Born in China, Shuai Wang began playing the piano at age of five. In 2001, she was admitted into Shenyang Conservatory of Music Attached Middle School and studied with Professor Dongdun Zhang, and Rosemary Platt, a visiting professor who had retired from Ohio State University. In 2012, Shuai received the Bachelor of Music degree at Oberlin Conservatory of Music under Professor Robert Shannon. Shuai has finished her Master of Music degree at University of Michigan, and was taught by Dr. Logan Skelton.

She has placed in various piano competitions, including the first prize of Mozart Piano Competition in Hong Kong, Second Prize of China Region of the 6th Annual Music Competition of Canada, first prize of the 69th Steinway International Youth Piano Competition in the Northeast China Region, winner of the Sigma Alpha lota Competition, first prize of the UMSO Concerto Competition at University of Maryland, and etc. Shuai’s significant appearances include Winner’s Concert in Carnegie Hall, Hong Kong City Hall, Mozart Piano Concerto K. 459 with Music School Festival Orchestra in Chautauqua Music Festival, Friday Noon Concert Series at Arts Club of Washington D.C., Beethoven Choral Fantasy with the UMD Summer Chorus & Orchestra, Rachmaninoff Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini with the UMD Symphony Orchestra, Schumann Piano Concerto with Virginia Chamber Orchestra, etc. She recently completed her doctoral studies at the University of Maryland, under Professor Larissa Dedova.

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