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Nuojun Wang



Praised by critics as “a rising pianist who is truly passionate, sensitive, and musical”, Nuojun Wang has appeared as a soloist on concert stages throughout the United States, Austria, Netherland ,France and her native China. Nuojun has performed in various well-known concert halls including Kleine Zaal, Concertgebouw at (Amsterdam), Solitär, Mozarteum (Salzburg), Salle Cortot (Paris), Newman Recital Hall (Los Angeles), Janette MacDonald Hall (Los Angeles), Richard Nixon Presidential Library & Museum (Yorba Linda), Seully Hall (Boston),  to name a few. 
Throughout her career, Nuojun Wang has received recognition in various international competitions held in Europe, the United States, and China. Her dedication to her craft and exceptional talent has earned her prestigious awards. Nuojun Wang pursued her musical education at the University of Southern California, Thornton School of Music, studying under the guidance of Professor Bernadene Blaha. Her undergraduate studies took place at Boston Conservatory at Berklee, where she was mentored by the esteemed American pianist and Steinway Artist, Dr. Jonathan Bass.  
Currently, Nuojun Wang serves as the founder of the doremi Music Institute in Diamond Bar, where she contributes her expertise and artistry to aspiring pianists. Her commitment to education and the cultivation of young talent demonstrates her passion for passing on her knowledge and skills to the next generation of musicians. Nuojun Wang's career and accomplishments showcase her as a distinguished and influential figure in the world of classical music.

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