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Charlotte Wong

piano instructor

Charlotte Wong, 21, is a 4th year undergraduate at UC Berkeley, where she is pursuing a simultaneous degree in microbial biology and music. She was previously a pre-college scholarship student at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music (SFCM) under the tutelage of Corey McVicar and now studies with Jeffrey Sykes. She has been featured in the Live From Here variety show with Chris Thile aired on NPR, performing at Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco. Charlotte was named a National YoungArts Foundation Merit winner, and has also received top prizes in various competitions and invited to perform in Poland and Chicago. Recent performances include playing Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 2 with the UC Berkeley Symphony Orchestra and Palo Alto Philharmonic, and some of her past performances include the Centennial Pre-College Concert, Centennial Gala, and Fanfare Luncheon at SFCM. In January of 2024, she was invited to perform at the Four Arts Society in Florida with the Chamber Music Society.

Furthermore, Charlotte has had the privilege of participating in master classes for Alan Chow, Enrico Elisi, Garrick Ohlsson, Anne-Marie McDermott, Antonio Pompa-Baldi, and Boris Slutsky. Besides being selected to participate in the 2019 Cliburn International Junior Piano Festival, she has enriched her musical education through summer programs such as the Music@Menlo Chamber Music Institute, Colburn Music Academy Festival, Curtis Summerfest Young Artist Summer Program and Southeastern Piano Festival. Beyond her musical pursuits, Charlotte enjoys playing table tennis, volunteering with Cal Habitat for Humanity, and traveling.


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