Mia Wang

Mia Wang has performed as a soloist, an orchestra player and a cross-over musician in Taiwan and the states. She received her Master of Music performance from Northwestern University, where she studied with professor Gerardo Ribeiro. She was awarded the Eckstein full scholarship during her study at Northwestern.

Born in a family of musicians in Taiwan, Mia starts playing violin at the age of 5. She had her first solo debut at the age of 18 with Taichung City Symphony Orchestra, playing the Mendelssohn violin concerto. Then she pursued her violin study with prof. Chinn-Horng Chen and got her bachelor’s degree from National Taiwan Normal University. During her studies at NTNU, she participated in many master classes and gained the guidance from famous violinists such as Zuo Jun, Andrés Cárdenes, Garry Levinson, Cho-Liang Lin.

As a soloist, Mia regularly has her solo tour in Taiwan. She performed in many well-known venues includes National Chiang Kai-Shek Cultural Center(Taiwan), National Taichung Theater(Taiwan), National Kaoshiung Center for the Arts(Taiwan), Auditorium Giavanni Arvedi(Italy), New World Art Center(USA), Napa Valley Performing Art Center(USA). She was invited to several international music festival with scholarships, such as Manchester music festival, Miami music festival, Napa music festival, and Cremona per Archi music festival.

For orchestral experience, Mia attend Taichung City Youth Symphony at the age of 8.

Mia is also an educator. She has been teaching violin for more than 10 years. She started teaching as a fellow at Taichung City Youth Symphony Orchestra. She moved to the South Bay area in October 2023, and she serves as a faculty member at the California Conservatory of Music, Silicon Valley conservatory, and First-movement Academy. In 2020, she published her book “18 in France”, narrating her exchange student life in France which made her reflects on the relationship with her mother. It’s a book about self-motivation and parent-child relationship. The book is included by the National Central Library and Mia was invited to schools giving speech to more than 10,000 students.

Besides being a musician, a teacher and an author, Mia is also an actress.