A dedicated teacher and chamber music coach, she currently serves as Associate Professor at the Bienen School of Music at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, after three years as Assistant Professor at the University of Iowa in Iowa City. She has also taught at the Vianden International Festival in Luxembourg.
Her students have gone on to win prizes and awards at competitions, including the Grand Prize at the Tokyo International Piano Duo Competition, the New York Concert Artists Guild, the Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition, the Shostakovich Piano Competition in St. Petersburg, Russia and the Frina Auerbach International Competition. Job placements include teaching and accompanying positions at University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA), Roosevelt University in Chicago, the Cleveland Institute of Music, the Chicago Symphony Chorus and Rice University in Houston, Texas. Performances of her students have included such venues as Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie in New York City and the Rising Stars series of the Ravinia Steans Institute in Chicago.
Job placements include teaching and accompanying positions at University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA), Cleveland Institute of Music, the Chicago Symphony Chorus and Rice University. Performances of her students have included such venues as Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie in New York City and the Rising Stars series
of the Ravinia Steans Institute in Chicago.
She has also served as guest teacher, presenter, adjudicator and panelist under the auspices of institutions and organizations such as the United States Information Service, the Music Teachers National Association and National Conference on Piano Pedagogy in the U.S., Yamaha Music Malaysia, the Centre for Young Musicians in London, the Chautauqua Institution in New York and at Edith Cowan University, Western Australia Music Teachers Association and the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
In 2007, she served on the selection jury for
the William Kapell International Piano Competition.
In 2008, she returned to Western Australia to
serve as chief adjudicator for the Western Australia
Ms. Wang’s recording of the piano trios of
Aaron Copland, Paul Schoenfield, David Baker and
Leon Kirchner may be heard on the Newport Classic
label, as a member of the Samaris Piano Trio.
Other recordings include music for oboe and piano
on Boston Records with oboist Nancy Ambrose King,
solo piano music of Debussy on Cadenza Classics,
music for piano trio by P.Q. Phan on CRI, and
for piano four hands by Kamran Ince on Northeastern.
She has also collaborated with Nancy Ambrose King
in a release on Block M records for iTunes.
In recognition of “distinction in the field,”
the Royal Academy of Music in London awarded Dr.
Wang an Honorary Associateship (Hon. A.R.A.M.).
She has also received citations in "Who's Who"
in American Education as well as American Women.