San Francisco-based pianist Dylan Wong has distinguished for interpreting classical up to 20th-century music. At the age of 9, he was admitted to San Francisco Conservatory of Music for pre-college studies. He attended Manhattan School of Music in New York City for his undergraduate and Master’s degrees in Classical Piano Performance with full scholarship and graduated in 2022.
Dylan started playing the piano at the age of 4. For over two decades, He was numerously invited to perform and work with various classical music maestros and pianists such as Arkady Aronov, Richard Goode, Sergei Babayan, Dmitry Rachmanov, Richard Clayderman, Maksim Mrvica etc., as well as giving his own solo recitals, lecture concerts and series of concert tours. Dylan has now taught piano for almost 7 years, his students have won prizes in many competitions and were admitted to Manhattan School of Music and Mannes School of Music.
Other than performing numerous concerts and recitals at Manhattan School of Music, Dylan has performed at over 100 concert halls and venues for solo recitals and chamber concerts in North America and Asia, these include Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts; Curtis Institute of Music; San Francisco Symphony Hall; Walt Disney Concert Hall; Steinway & Sons Hall in Singapore; Cultural Centre in Hong Kong; Xinghai Concert Hall, Guangzhou Opera House, Shenzhen Concert Hall, Yulan Opera House in China etc. He is an active pianist and is scheduled to perform on and off every year.
Dylan’s enthusiasm for teaching is beyond everything in this world. As an instructor, he obtains valuable experience teaching for piano lessons and educational lectures in both private and classroom settings with students from age 3 to 30. Dylan differentiates levels of instructions and places strong emphasis on tone production, effective learning strategies, historical backgrounds, and memorization in music pedagogy. His goal for his students is to help bring out the best of every student’s artistic side, and a strong inter-personal interaction with fun-teaching environment is always the best way to do so!