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HONG, Pei-Chi (Director)
Ms. Hong obtained her Doctoral degree in Collaborative Piano on full scholarship from New England Conservatory of Music in USA, where she also received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees with Academic Honor and Distinction in Performance. Her principal teachers include Irma Vallecillo, Margo Garrett and Martin Katz. In 2003, she assisted in establishing the very first Graduate Institute of Collaborative Piano of Tainan National University of the Arts in Taiwan, where she is currently a full-time faculty member and serves as the director of the Institute.

A native of Taiwan, pianist Pei-Chi Hong has been very active as a chamber musician in USA, Taiwan, Japan, Malaysia and Singapore. She has collaborated with renowned artists such as James Buswell, James Dunham and Ushioda Masuko. In 2001, Ms. Hong was invited to perform with the principal Woodwind Quintet of Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra at the Kitara Hall in Sapporo, as well as numerous principal artists from Philadelphia, Toronto, and Berlin Philharmonic Orchestras in chamber recitals. In 2005, she was invited to perform, give collaborative piano master classes, and serve as a jury member at the FestaCazone (Artsong Festival) in Singapore. From 2003 on to 2015, she was the guest pianist in the International Clarinet Festival in Taiwan for many years. In 2009, she was rewarded the grant given by Taiwan Government to attend the Music Teachers National Association Conference in Atlanta USA and was invited to give a four-hand piano concert in Columbus University, Georgia USA. Besides being active in performing and teaching, Ms. Hong also devotes herself in academic research in the collaborative piano arts.