Ying Feng is a star pianist in China. Born in 1976 in Xinjiang, P.R.CHINA, she was accepted into the Shanghai Conservatory at 10 years old. At twenty, she began her studies at the National Superior Music and Dance Conservatory of Paris, where she would complete the III Cycle programin 1999, the highest level of music performance program in Europe. In 2001 Ms. Feng came to United States to study with the one of the most famous classical pianists, Mr. Claude Frank.
In 2003 Ms. Feng was accepted by Mannes College of Music to pursue her Master's program. In 2005 Ms. Feng participated in the Taos Chamber Music Festival as one of only two pianists who intensly studied with Borromeo, Vermeer, Takács String Quartet.
Ying Feng's international and national successes include the Nadia Reisenberg Piano Recital Award in 2004, the silver medal of William Kapell International Piano Competition in Maryland in 2003, the 4th Price of Marguerite Long/Jacque Thibaud International Piano Competition Paris in 1998, as well as many competition prizes earlier in her homeland in the P.R. of China.
Her performances have included nationwide radio broadcasts on Radio France. She is also the recipient of a Blüthner concert grand piano prize from the Alfred-Reinhold Foundation.