At age twenty-five, Sha Wang, D.M.A., became one of the youngest doctoral graduates from the College-Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati. She has won first prize at the 16th International Young Artist Piano Competition, Washington, D.C. and advanced into the Jose Iturbi International Music Competition, the Hilton Head International Piano Competition and the Honens International Piano Competition. Her New York debut took place at the Peter Norton Symphony Space in Manhattan in spring 2006. She was also featured in a concert for the late U.S. President Gerald Ford. As a collaborative pianist, she has performed with artists such as pianist Lang Lang, violinist Kun Dong (Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra), soprano Tamara Wilson (Houston Grand Opera) and with members of Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. As a theorist and professor, she has presented a theoretical paper at the Royal Music Association Conference in London, U.K. and taught students who have gone on to such schools as the Juilliard School of Music and Yale University School of Music. Dr. Wang’s teachers include Karen Knecht, John Perry, and Frank Weinstock. Dr. Wang is currently a faculty member at Geneva College, PA.