Yuting Chen, pianist, currently is pursuing her doctoral degree in Piano Performance (DMA) at the University of South Carolina. Prior to this, Yuting earned her Master's degree in Piano Performance from the Mannes School of Music in New York.
Yuting has achieved remarkable success in international piano competitions. Her impressive list of accolades includes the At-Large Winner of 2022-2023 Concerto-Aria Competition, winning the First Place Winner in the Charleston International Music Competition and the Audience Award and First Place Winner in the Red Maple Music Competition. Additionally, she won the first prize in the 2021 MTNA-Steinway Young Artist Piano Competition South Carolina, the 2017 Chopin Memorial Hong KongInternational Piano Competition, and second place in the 5th KAWAI Asia Piano Competition. She is also a winner in the 2017 Austria Mozart International Piano Competition, the 2016 New York International Music Competition.
Besides her competition achievements, Yuting has performed as a soloist presented Schumann's Piano Concerto with University of South Carolina Symphony Orchestra, and she also performs with the Orchestra Winds at UofSC. Moreover, she has participated in the Piano Master Class of Marios Papadopoulos, founder of the Philharmonic Orchestra.