Praised by New York Magazine as “so young but so accomplished,” pianist Jing Yang is recognized as a soloist by audiences worldwide, with performing engagements in many countries, including the U.S., China, Russia, France, Germany, Spain, Japan, and Taiwan. Since her Carnegie Hall debut in 2006, Dr. Yang resides in New York City, frequently performing in major venues including Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center, Steinway Hall, Yamaha Studio, and Harvard Club. She has appeared as a soloist with Saint Petersburg Philharmonic in Japan, Chicago Symphony Orchestra Center, and New Juilliard Ensemble in Lincoln Center. In 2014, Dr. Yang performed as a soloist in the Opening Ceremony of Youth Olympic Games. A graduate of The Juilliard School and Manhattan School of Music, Dr. Yang currently teaches at the Extension Division at Mason Gross School of Music and Distant Learning Program at Manhattan School of Music. She has served as music director of the Sephardic Academy of Manhattan since 2011.