A native of Taiwan, Yuhan Yeh began her formal piano studies at the age of five. She received her
Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA) degree in piano performance from Thornton School of Music,
University of Southern California, as a recipient of the Dorothy Gleason Memorial Endowed
Piano Scholarship (2017), and the Norris Foundation Grant (2018). She earned her Master of
Music degree from Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University, and her Bachelor of Music
degree from Taipei National University of the Arts in Taiwan. Her principal teachers include Prof.
Bernadene Blaha, Boris Slutsky, Rolf-Peter Wille, and Grace Chung.
Yeh performed Prokofiev Piano Concerto No.3 with USC Thornton Symphony under the baton of
Maestro Andrés Cárdenes as the first-prize winner of USC Thornton Concerto Competition, and
the Gardner Memorial Award winner in the 68th Wideman International Piano Competition. The
concerto performance was described as "with highly polished technical facility...rich with subtlety
and nuance. Her playing was masterful." by renowned conductor and music educator Larry
Livingston. In 2019, Yeh performed Mozart Piano Concerto, K. 467 with USC string ensemble as
both soloist and conductor, which revealed her ambition beyond the keyboard. She also made her
appearance with Texas Round Top Festival Orchestra as piano soloist, performing Saint-Saens'
Carnival of Animals under the baton of Emilio Colon in Young Persons' Concert.
Yeh's recent accolades also include the International Keyboard Odyssiad & Festival Competition
(Silver Medal), James Ramos International Piano Competition (Silver Medal), the Fresno Musical
Club Bell T. Ritchie Award and Susan Torres Award, as well as prizes in the Seattle International
Piano Competition and the Los Angeles International Liszt Competition. In 2021, Yeh was invited
by her alma mater Tainan National Girls' High School to give a piano masterclass and lecture. In
2018, she was elected as a Global Outstanding Chinese of the American Golden Tripod
Organization, which leads to her performance in San Gabriel Mission Playhouse in 2019. 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.
Yeh has worked with pianists Alexander Kobrin, Akira Imai, Oxana Yablonskaya, Mack McCray,
Bruce Brubaker, Nelita True, Ning An, Jane Coop, Alexander Gavrylyuk, and Hung-Kuan Chen.
She performed in major music festivals such as 2019 Round Top Music Festival in Texas, 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.
*Note: Ms. Yuhan is a Distinguished Faculty member and offers lessons under our Distinguished Faculty tuition rate. Please contact us for more information.