Angie Zhang


Both praised as “warmly expressive, sensitive and polished” as well as “a valuable advocate for classical music” by New York Concert Review, pianist Angie Zhang combines a decorated performance career with a focus on arts activism to create maximum impact with her music.


The beginning of Zhang’s professional career started at age 10 with her solo debut under Grammy-nominated conductor Niel DePonte. She has performed nearly two dozen solo concerti, and also celebrated her harpsichord and conducting debuts. A rare three-time winner of Juilliard’s Concerto Competition, her engagements have resulted in many performance opportunities, including recitals at LACMA and NYC’s Temple Emanu-El, and performances in the Kennedy Center and the Harvard Club.


Outside of her traditional appearances as a performer, Zhang equally seeks out performances in art museums, orphanages, hospices, and nursing homes, and has performed dozens of multi-disciplinary performances. As an educator, Ms. Zhang had the distinction of being the youngest Juilliard student ever to hold teaching fellowships and assistantships concurrently in the pre-college, college, and evening divisions. Outside Juilliard, she has served as a teacher at the Aspen Music Festival and School for three years, and maintains a private studio ranging from pre-college to adult students. 

Originally from Portland, Oregon, Ms. Zhang holds a Bachelor of Music with Academic Honors and Master of Music degree from The Juilliard School, and is a Yamaha Young Performing Artist. Based in New York City, she currently teaches at Juilliard in the college division.

The Olympia Symphony Orchestra

3400 Capitol Blvd. S, Ste. 203

Olympia, WA 98501

Monday - Thursday 9:30am-2:30pm

Tel. 360-753-0074

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