Amy holds a Master’s degree in Piano Performance as well as a Master’s in Collaborative Piano, both from the Tainain National University of Arts in Taiwan. She has also earned a Professional Studies Diploma in Collaborative Piano from the Cleveland Institute of Music (CIM), and is currently on a full scholarship at CIM for its Collaborative Piano Artist Diploma program.
A native of Taiwan, Amy Weng has maintained an extremely active career both as a performer and teacher since she was a teenager. With over 12 years experience teaching piano, she has taught students of all levels, from beginners to advanced from young children through adults, holding positions at universities, as well as at high schools and middle schools, both in Taiwan and the United States.
Amy is the recipient of numerous awards, including winning first prize two years in a row for the Taiwan University Piano Concerto Championship.
Amy performed frequently both as a soloist, accompanist, and chamber musician in Taiwan and the U.S. including a recital at the Kent Blossom Music Festival and the Baldwin-Wallace Music Festival. From 2010 to 2014 she was piano accompanist for the majority of first prize winners in several different instrumental categories for the Taiwan College Student Competitions. Presently Amy is a favored piano accompanist for Cleveland Institute of Music students’ degree recitals, performing extensively in this role.