Winner of competitions worldwide and praised for her nuanced and passionate interpretations, Tracy Tang, 22, has toured internationally from Carnegie Hall in the New York to Musikverein in Vienna and the Forbidden City Concert Hall in Beijing.
A collegiate ambassador at the Boston Symphony Orchestra and a fellow in the Community Performance Partnership program at the New England Conservatory, Tracy is actively involved in the local communities performing for schools and senior residences. She is a frequent guest lecturer at the Boston Public Library to speak on musical interpretation in hopes of bringing classical music to wider audiences. A believer in music as a humanitarian aid resource, she hosts annual benefit concerts to aid local disaster reliefs and international refugee crises.
Tracy has received tutelage from artists such as Dimitri Bashkirov, Boris Berman, Hung-Kuan Chen, Sergei Dorensky, Jerome Lowenthal, Robert Levin, Pavel Nersessian, Andrey Pisarev, and Menahem Pressler in festivals such as the Aspen Music Festival and the Mozarteum Summer Academy. Born in the US, Tracy grew up in China and moved to Vienna at the age of 11 where she studied with Noel Flores at the University for Performing Arts. She then moved to Paris, studying with Aquiles Delle Vigne until her graduation from the American School of Paris Class of 2016 and later in Academia Internacional de Música “Aquiles Delle Vigne” in Coimbra. After receiving her bachelors with Honors from the New England Conservatory last year, she is now continuing there as a master’s Diploma student with Alexander Korsantia.