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Doctor of Musical Arts in Piano Performance, University of Minnesota

Master of Music in Piano Performance, Indiana University (Bloomington)

Performer’s Diploma, Indiana University (Bloomington)

Bachelor of Arts in Piano Performance and Pedagogy, HKBU



Pianist Dora Tsang is a native of Hong Kong. She obtained the doctorate in piano performance at the University of Minnesota with a teaching position and a fellowship. Her doctoral mentors include pianist and conductor Timothy Lovelace and renowned competition juror, Lydia Artymiw. Tsang obtained both the Master of Music degree and Performer Diploma in Piano Performance from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, during which she studied with Queen Elisabeth Piano Competition prizewinner Evelyne Brancart and American pianist Lee Phillips. Dora has played for many celebrated artists including Arnaldo Cohen, Jean-Louis Haguenauer, Emile Naoumoff, James Giles and Ya-Fei Chuang.


As a collaborative pianist, Dora has performed and worked extensively with musicians in the United States and Hong Kong. Dora has worked in the studios of many outstanding musicians and pedagogues including Edward Gazouleas, Kevork Mardirossian, Jorja Fleezanis and Brenda Brenner. She has recorded chamber music for RTHK and the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra. Her future project includes performing all ten Beethoven violin sonatas in Hong Kong.


Dora Tsang was the recipient of many awards including the Artist Excellence Award at the Indiana University and the Judson and Barbara Bemis Graduate Fellowship. She was a Gold prize winner in the London Young Musician Competition, a finalist in the Coltman Chamber Music Competition and a semi-finalist in the Wideman International Piano Competition.

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