Chinese-born pianist Qing Jiang enjoys a diverse career in solo, chamber and contemporary music. Since 2014, Ms. Jiang has maintained a close relationship with England’s Britten-Pears Program, giving numerous solo and chamber performances of traditional and contemporary repertoire. Ms. Jiang has collaborated with Itzhak Perlman, Donald Weilerstein, Anthony Marwood, Gil Kalish and Susan Narucki, as well as with members of the Peabody Trio and the Emerson, Juilliard, Kronos and Parker string quartets. Performing alongside her duo partner, violinist Ying Xue, Ms. Jiang was featured in Christian Tetzlaff’s Carnegie Hall Workshop, and she has also coached closely with composers Jennifer Higdon, Oliver Knussen and Jörg Widmann. Committed to mentoring the next generation of musicians, Ms. Jiang has taught at New England Conservatory, the NEC Preparatory School, the Curtis Institute of Music and Yellow Barn’s Young Artist Program. She has also been a guest artist, lecturer and clinician at numerous universities in the U.S. and abroad, and she is currently at Bucknell University. She studied at Arizona State University with Caio Pagano, completed her Master’s at Juilliard with Robert McDonald, and her Doctorate at New England Conservatory with Whakyung Byun and the late Patricia Zander.