Grew up in China, I have been studying piano for 20 years. At age of sixteen, I got accepted by one of the best music schools in the United States—Oberlin Conservatory and was granted a four-year scholarship. There, I studied under the Chairman of the department Robert Shannon, who is the pupil of Ashkenazy and Dorothy Taubman. Later I received my Master of Music degree from the Moores School of Music, studied with one of the best teachers in Houston Nancy Weems.


I taught more than 80 students from 5 to 18 years old, helped them improve in terms of sight reading, technique and musical expression. I have instilled the love of the piano in many, many students throughout the years. I understand what it takes to connect with the student and what approaches to take to teach piano performance successfully. I was a teaching assistant in Oberlin Conservatory, gained enough experience working with advanced students.


I am currently serving as a board member for the Houston Music Teachers Association and is also a member of the Music Teachers National Association, and the Texas Music Teachers Association

  • Master of Music – Moores school of music

  • Bachelor of Music – Oberlin Conservatory

  • Independent piano studio instructor (2015-present)

  • Faculty, Moosic School of Music, Houston, Texas  (2016-2018)

  • Faculty, Cy-Fair Music and Arts, Houston, Texas  (2016-present)

  • Faculty. Upscale Music Studio, Houston, Texas  (2016)

  • Teaching Assistant, Oberlin Conservatory, Oberlin, OH (2013)

  • Music Teachers National Association

  • Texas Music Teachers Association

  • Conservatory Dean’s talent Scholarship, Oberlin Conservatory  (2011-2015)

  • Hirsch Scholarship Endowments, Moores School of Music  (2015-2017)