About Yu Ying Chang
Yu Ying Chang was born and raised in Taiwan. She started studying and playing piano at the age of 6 and started playing clarinet when she was 9. Yu Ying’s style of teaching is warm and encouraging. She loves to teach students of all ages and levels, and she always adjusts her teaching to meet the needs of each individual student and develops their own path to musical success.
Yu Ying plays piano at her church on Sunday mornings. She studied with Dr. Pei-Ti Tsung, and got her bachelor’s degree from Soochow University. Then, she moved to the United States in 2013 where she studied with Dr. Gloria Chien at Lee University and achieved her master’s degree.
Achievements: Yu Ying received the 2001 Miaoli County Music Competition Clarinet Division (2nd Place), the 2003 Miaoli County Music Competition Clarinet Division (1st Place), the National Music Competition Clarinet Division (Honorary Mention), the 2004-Chu-Nan Town Piano Competition Youth Division (1st Prize), and the 2005 Taipei County Senior High School Preliminaries (Honorary Mention). She participated in the Fernando Puchol Masterclass and a piano festival in Belgium in 2008, and went on a choir performance tour in Shanghai in 2012. She advanced to semifinals in Taiwan’s 2012 New Chinese Classical Stars Competition, and advanced to the semifinals with an Honorary Mention at the 2012 International Piano Competition in Tokyo. She received both the Young Artist Scholarship and a Scholarship from Lee University Wind Ensemble. She also received a Scholarship from Lee University Symphonic band. She went to Budapest with Lee University’s symphony band in the summer of 2015, and played the solo piece. She has had several masterclasses with Ursula Oppens, Rieko Aizawa, Christopher Guzman, Hu, Ching-Yu, Fernando Puchol, Fabio Puchol, Aquiles delle Vigne.
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