Canadian pianist Emily Chiang is a versatile artist, active both in North America and in Asia. Born in
Taiwan, she made her debut at the age of six, and has since been active as a solo pianist, performing
locally in Toronto and internationally. She has many ongoing collaborative relationships with
instrumentalists and other pianists that demonstrate her passionate commitment to chamber music.
She is equally dedicated as a teacher and is currently on the piano faculty at the University of Toronto.
Emily has worked with many of the most celebrated and inspirational pianists and pedagogues,
including Alexandra Munn, Alvin Chow, Arnaldo Cohen and Menahem Pressler. Emily has also studied
with Marietta Orlov, completing a Doctor of Musical Arts degree at the University of Toronto in 2013.
Other studies have included completion of an artistic residency at the Banff Arts Centre, under the
tutelage of Julian Martin, and Masters in Performance with Pressler and Cohen at the
Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. Prior to this, Emily completed a Bachelor of Music in
performance at the Oberlin College.