Haichun Wang

Haichun Wang, piano (Zhuhai, China), is a classical pianist with the purpose of maximizing the healing ability of music, committed to help people experience and build a personal connection with music. A firm believer that music is the best medicine, Haichun developed her own interactive performance style to deepen communication with the listener. The style was well-received by community centers and on social media. Her recent online recital has attracted more than 7800 audiences within thirty minutes. As a winner of the 2016 USA Music Exchange International Piano Festival Competition, Haichun has performed across Asia and the United States. She has won many awards during her early years of studying in China, such as the 6th Steinway National Piano Competition China region. Haichun participated in many festivals and worked with world-renowned pianists such as Gil Kalish, Hung-Kuan Chen, Vladimir Feltsman, Julian Martin, Matti Raekallio. Her past teacher includes Chinese pianist Yin Chengzong. Haichun is currently pursuing her B.M. in piano performance from the Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University under Professor Yong Hi Moon. She is a recipient of many scholarships, including the Douglas and Hilda Perl Goodwin Endowed Piano Scholarship, the Helen McGraw Chambers Memorial Endowed Scholarship in Piano, the Norman J. and Sarah J. Groves Endowed Scholarship, and the Howard and Geraldine Polinger Family Foundation Endowed Piano Scholarship. Previous Young Artists Program participant (2019)