A native of Taiwan, Miss Yuhan Yeh began her piano studies at the age of five. In her hometown, she was under the guidance of Prof. Grace Chung and Prof. Rolf-Peter Wille in Taipei National University of the Arts (TNUA), where she graduated with the Top Prize honor for the outstanding musical and academic performance.
Miss Yeh is the first-prize winner of 2018 USC Thornton School of Music Concerto Competition, and the Silver Medalist of the International Keyboard Odyssiad & Festival Competition. Her recent accolades also include the 2018 Fresno Musical Club Susan Torres Award (second prize), as well as prizes in the 2017 Seattle International Piano Competition and the 2016 Los Angeles International Liszt Competition. She maintains a vast repertoire of piano solo as well as chamber music. In 2017, she was invited by New Aspect Arts Management to perform in “Salute to Brahms 120!” Piano Solo Concert Series in Taiwan National Concert Hall. She also appeared in the Spotlight Recital Series in Aspen Community Church and Aspen Chapel, Colorado. In 2015, she participated in Peabody Alumni Concert in Taiwan.
Miss Yeh has performed in master classes with pianists Alexander Kobrin, Akira Imai, Oxana Yablonskaya, Mack McCray, Bruce Brubaker, Ning An, Jane Coop, Alexander Gavrylyuk, and Hung-Kuan Chen. She also participated in plentiful major music festivals and summer camps as a soloist and chamber musician, such as the 2018 Chautauqua Institution, the 2017 Aspen Music Festival, the 2015 and 2013 InterHarmony International Music Festival in Italy, the 20th Summit Music Festival in New York, 2009 Euro Music Festival in Germany, and the 16th Annual Music Festival at Walnut hill in Boston.
An enthusiastic teacher, Miss Yeh has worked with students of all abilities from age 6 to 70. She is active as a private teacher in Los Angeles area. Miss Yeh received her Master of Music degree from Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University, where she studied with Prof. Boris Slutsky. She is now pursuing her DMA degree under the guidance of Prof. Bernadene Blaha in Thornton School of Music, University of Southern California.