Pianist Mengyi Yang presented her debut performance in Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall as the First-Prize Winner of The Bradshaw & Buono International Piano Competition and has performed as soloist with Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic under the baton of Maestro Ronald Zollman.


She is a prizewinner of numerous competitions, including Friends of Music Travel Grant Competition, Indianapolis Matinee Musicale Collegiate Scholarship Competition, Pittsburgh Concert Society's Major Audition competition, Carnegie Mellon concerto competition, and Yangzi River National Competition.


Over the past years, she has performed as soloist and chamber musician in prestigious music venues in the U.S., Germany, Netherland, France, Thailand and China. The article “What affects the tone quality” written by Yang has been published on one of the most important magazines in China---- “Art of Piano”.



In Aug. 2010 Yang traveled to the US to earn her master of music degree from Carnegie Mellon.


She graduated with honorable mention and pursued an artist diploma at Indiana University Jacobs School of Music in 2012, where she studies with Emile Naoumoff. Yang returned to China and joined Zhejiang conservatory as a faculty member of collaborative pianist in Aug. 2015.