Yun-Ling Hsu

FIU School of Music


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Yun-Ling Hsu, a native of Taiwan, earned her doctoral degree of music in piano performance from Ohio State University. At Ohio State, she was privileged to have been one of the pupils of the legendary American pianist Earl Wild and the French-Canadian pianist André Laplante (silver medalist of Tchaikovsky Piano Competition). She received her doctor of musical arts degree with a doctoral dissertation on the transcriptions of Earl Wild for solo piano of Gershwin songs. Mr. Wild praised her as “an extremely talented pianist as well as a very meticulous and thorough musician.” She also coached by other pianists like Malcolm Bilson, Robert Levin and Veronica Jochum.

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