Yi Ying Wu
Yi-Ying Wu is a concert pianist, Baldwin Artist, and professor of Baldwin business school. Originally from Taiwan, Wu’s mentor was Alexander Sung before going to study in the United States.
Wu made his orchestral solo debut at age 14 in Taoyuan, performing Beethoven’s Third piano concerto. In 2001, he was awarded the second prize, and performed Mendelssohn Piano Concerto No. 1 with YAMAHA orchestra at Taipei city sponsored by YAMAHA Music Foundation.
Wu is winners of many national and international competitions. A Baldwin artist, he has performed in New York, Michigan, North Carolina, Texas, California, Japan, and China. A devoted musician, Wu has given masterclasses and lectures at conservatories and music festivals across China.
Wu has received widely acclaim for his captivating lectures and imaginative programming, having performed across all of the major cities in China. A dynamic pianist with a diverse repertoire, Wu is a frequent guest artist at esteemed competitions in China and works regularly with distinguished soloists and chamber ensembles. Many of his performances have been featured eminent on television broadcasts.
Wu received Doctoral degree from Michigan State University, his major teachers include Alexander Sung, Andrew Willis, and Minsoo Sohn.