Applied Music Associate, piano, Music Department
Dr. Hsiu-Hui Wang earned her Bachelor's degree (summa cum laude) from the Hartt School of Music, a Master's degree from the University of Southern California, and a doctorate in piano performance from the University of Maryland, College Park. She has studied with international artists such as Raymond Hanson, Anne Koscielny, Gabriel Chodos, Stewart Gordon, and Thomas Schumacher.
Areas of Scholarly Expertise and Interest
Dr. Hsiu-Hui Wang has been a dedicated teacher for over twenty years, her students have won first prizes in various competitions. She has also been invited to chair and adjudicate many piano competitions and festivals. In addition to her work at Goucher, she also teaches at Howard Community College where she was selected as the 2003-2004 Outstanding Adjunct Faculty Member in the Arts and Humanities Division.At the age of 19, Hsiu-Hui Wang performed from memory the monumental first book of Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier in recitals at Hartt School of Music and University of Maryland at College Park, and has since appeared with the Emerson String Quartet as well as the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra, the Hartt Symphony Orchestra, and the New Britain Symphony Orchestra. As a founding member of the Gemini Piano Trio, she earned top prizes at the prestigious Yellow Springs National Chamber Music Competition, the Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) Chamber Music Competition, and the 1997 Baltimore Chamber Music Awards competition. The trio recently released a CD featuring works by Ives and Brahms which was praised by the American Record Guide for its "admirable balance between confidence, polished technique, and impulsive, romantic ardor." Their second album, featuring trios by Ravel and Shostakovich, was released in 2003.