USA (Piano)

“Her subtle expressiveness was impressive…Infallible rhythm, admirably even finger work,
and a great deal of excitement…” —–New York Concert Review


Praised by New York Concert Review, Dr. Tian Song, a recipient of Master of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees in Piano Performance from Manhattan School of Music, has been the winner of many piano competitions, such as the Eisenberg-Fried Concerto Competition and other notable competitions. In addition to many of her solo performances at Carnegie hall, Steinway hall, Yamaha artist, and other important venues in both the States and abroad, she has collaborated with Manhattan School of Music Philharmonic and the Redwood Symphony Orchestra. Her teachers include Constance Keene, Abbey Simon, and Phillip Kawin. Both a performer and pedagogue, Dr. Tian Song founded Tian Song Musical Arts, a private music school provides professional music education to youth. Her students have competed and won hundreds of awards in national and international piano competitions, which include gold medals and Audience Most Favorite Award in Seattle International Piano Competition, first place in Music Teacher National Association New York State Piano Competition, first places in Music Teacher National Association Empire State Piano Competition, first places in International Young Artist Piano Competition, first places in New York Music Competition, Hazal Ghazarian Skaggs Award and first place in Piano Teachers Congress Piano Competition, Special Young Musician Award, First Absolute Prize and first places in Grand Virtuoso International Piano Competition, first places in Golden Classic Piano Competition, first places in New York Music Teacher Association Winners Concert Audition, gold medals in American Association for the Development of the Gifted and Talented Young Musicians Piano Competition, second place in Chopin International Piano Competition in Hartford, silver medals in American Teen’s Talent Show, third place in New York International Music Competition, honorable mention in Ithaca College Piano Concerto Competition, finalist of International Bösendorfer and Yamaha Piano Competition, semi-finalist of International Piano-e-Competition, semi-finalist of Kaufman International Youth Piano Competition, and many other notable piano competitions. As the winners of the competitions, Dr. Song’s students have been featured on Sinovision New York, World Journal Newspaper, Xing Tao Daily, Brooklyn Daily, Qiao Newspaper, Phoenix News, Guiyang Daily and many other news medias. Her students have been invited to perform at U.S. Department of State, Isaac Stern Auditorium at Carnegie Hall, Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall, J. F. Kennedy Center, Royal Albert Hall in London, Mozart Concert Hall in Austria, Benaroya Hall in Seattle, Steinway Hall, Yamaha Artist, Queens Theatre, The Juilliard School, Manhattan School of Music, University of Rochester, Queens College, Brooklyn College, Sinovision TV Station, Symphony Space, An die Music in Baltimore, and other important venues. Dr. Song’s student has collaborated with New York International Chamber Orchestra performing Beethoven Piano Concerto at Carnegie Hall. In addition to winning competitions, Dr. Song’s students have been accepted by The Juilliard School Pre-College Division, Manhattan School of Music Pre-College Division and College Division, Kaufman Special Music School, and New York Youth Symphony Chamber Music Program. She has been invited to serve as jury in competitions, such as the American Teen’s Talent Show and many others.