Angie Zhang

Angie Zhang

City of residence : New York

Participation in CMIM - Piano 2024

Piano 2024

Competitors 2024


American pianist Angie Zhang has concertized globally as a soloist and chamber musician professionally since age eight, and made her orchestral debut under conductor Niel DePonte for an audience of 3,000 people at the age of ten. In demand as both pianist and teacher, she has performed all over the USA and Canada, Poland, England, Germany, Italy, France, Austria, China, and the Dominican Republic.

Accepted into the Juilliard Pre-College division at age ten, she has since performed over 35 times with orchestras with conductors such as Fabio Luisi and Jeffrey Kahane, conducted Mozart K.271 from the keyboard at Lincoln Center, and has appeared at major festivals including La Jolla Music Society and Bravo! Vail. She was a top prize winner at the 2023 International Chopin Competition on Period Instruments in Warsaw and at the Honens in 2022. She has also won the Juilliard Concerto Competition three times, and has performed with Itzhak Perlman as well as the Dover, St. Lawrence, and Aeolus Quartets.

She received her BM and MM from The Juilliard School and DMA from University of Michigan. Influential figures have included Yoheved Kaplinsky, Joseph Kalichstein, Robert Levin, Logan Skelton, Emanuel Ax, Jerome Lowenthal. Angie has premiered and commissioned over 20 new works and is also an acclaimed fortepianist.


Principal teachers 

  • Logan Skelton 2019-2024
  • Joseph Kalichstein 2017-2019
  • Yoheved Kaplinsky 2006-2019
  • Robert Levin 2013-2019 

Major Competitions 

  • 3rd prize, Chopin International Piano Competition on Period Instruments, 2023 
  • Audience Award, Best Violin and Piano Sonata, Honens, 2022 
  • 2nd prize, Charles Eisemann Richardson Symphony Orchestra International Concerto Competition, 2021
  • Audience Award, Bösendorfer and Yamaha Usasu International Piano Competition, 2019
  • Grand Prize, Yamaha Young Performing Artists Competition, 2018




Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Rondo in A minor, K. 511 

Ludwig van Beethoven
32 Variations in C minor, WoO 80 

Franz Liszt 
Rhapsodie espagnole, S. 254 
Lento – Folies d’Espagne (Andante moderato) – Jota aragonesa (Allegro) – Un poco meno allegro – Sempre presto e fortissimo – Non troppo allegro 


Adopt a Musician
The presence of Angie Zhang in Montreal
is generously supported by Marc-André Nantais



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