Meet Hanqing Chang!

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University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music
Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University
Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music, National University of Singapore

Competitions & Awards
2013: College-Conservatory of Music Piano Competition, Winner
2013: World Piano Competition, Semifinalist
2013: Virginia Waring International Piano Competition (USA), Semifinalist
2007: HGS National Piano Competition (China), First Prize
2005: Asian Youth Music International Competition (China), Second Prize
2004: Klavierwettbewerb Wiesbaden International Piano Competition (Germany), First Prize
2004: Xinhai National Piano Competition (China), First Prize
2004 Asian Chopin International Piano Competition (China), Senior Division First Prize

Biography
Hanqing Chang started playing the piano at the age four and began her formal music education at the age of 12. She received several scholarships to pursue her Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degree studies. Ms. Chang has appeared in concert venues throughout cities in China, Hong Kong, Germany, the United States, and Singapore.

At the age of 10, Ms. Chang began performing publicly. She performed Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No.1 with the GuiYang Symphony Orchestra at the National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing to critical praise; the New Post Styles Weekly wrote, “Passionate melodies filled the concert hall whilst the whole audience was transfixed instantly. Leaping of octaves and sustaining harmony portrayed a ballet on stage until the last notes slipped through her fingertips. Ms. Chang conquered the audience with her extraordinary performance.”

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