\nMs. WANG is widely in demand as a soloist and chamber musician. She has appeared with the Stamford Symphony, Chattanooga Symphony Orchestra, Taipei Philharmonic, and many others. Ms. WANG has collaborated with members of the Guarneri, Juilliard, Orion, Mendelssohn and Miro quartets, and with musicians such as Hilary HAHN, Cho-Liang LIN, Ida and Ani KAVAFIAN, Nicola BENEDETTI, Mitsuko UCHIDA, Peter WILEY and David SOYER. She is regularly invited to perform chamber music at festivals such as Marlboro, Bard, Santa Fe, Hong Kong and Chamber Music Northwest. Ms. WANG has given concerts throughout the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia; including venues such as the Salle des Varietes in Monte Carlo, the Suntory Hall in Tokyo, the National Concert Hall in Taipei, the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra Hall, Beijing Concert hall, the Alice Tully Hall, and Carnegie Hall’s Stern, Weill, and Zankel Halls. A frequent guest at the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, she became a member of the Chamber Music Society Two from 2002-2004.
\nAs a graduate of the Metropolitan Opera Lindemann Young Artist Program, Ms. WANG has worked with noted conductor such as James LEVINE, Alan GILBERT, to name a few. As part of the production team at the Metropolitan Opera, the noted opera production of Doctor Atomic by John ADAMS received the Grammy Award in 2011. She has continued to expand her repertoire in Taiwan with engagements that include Salome, Der Ring des Nibelungen, Turn of the screw, Un Ballo in Maschera, La Traviata and Tristan und Isolde to name a few. In addition, Ms. WANG is active as a vocal pianist, having worked extensively with singers such as Sasha COOKE, John MOORE, and many others.
\nMs. WANG has commissioned and premiered over 20 solo and chamber works in the past. She made her conducting debut in 2017 at the National Concert Hall in Taipei, Taiwan, premiering 7 new vocal chamber works by Taiwanese female composers. In April of 2021, she performed and produced Luminous Shadow as part of the 2021 Taiwan International Festival of Art.
\nPei-Yao WANG currently teaches at National Taiwan University of Arts as visiting professor.