One of the leading historical keyboard instruments specialists of her generation, Tzu-Yu Yang has extensively performed around Europe and Asia. She was a finalist in the prestigious Bruges Fortepiano Competition. She currently works as a collaborative fortepianist at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna.
Her first commercial release as a soloist will feature Beethoven Third and Fourth Piano Concerto in a string orchestra arrangement by Vincenz Lachner, accompanied by the ensemble The Van Swietens conducted by Thibault Back de Surany. She is also performing the complete Beethoven Concertos cycle over the next few seasons with the Primrose Hill Chamber Orchestra in London.
A graduate of the University Mozarteum Salzburg and the Hochschule für Musik Hannover, Tzu-Yu is a much sought after accompanist and chamber music partner, collaborating with the likes of Christine Hoock, Sergiu Schwartz and Lewis Kaplan.
Her passion for pedagogy is at the core of her musical life: Tzu-Yu has taught at the International Summer Academy of the Mozarteum and Musikum Salzburg and regularly organizes masterclasses and workshops in her home country, Taiwan.