Yahan has been teaching piano lessons for eight years. She has taught privately and through various organizations and schools, including Rowan University’s Preparatory Division.
Yahan received her BM in Music Performance from Rowan University in 2017 and currently attends Manhattan School of Music, where she expects to receive her MM in Piano Performance in 2019. Her principal teachers include Lydia Boguslavsky, Joanne Polk, and Pei Sun.
Yahan L. is an active solo and collaborative pianist working towards her master’s degree at Manhattan School of Music. She started her piano studies at the age of six in Zhengzhou, China, and holds degrees from Rowan University (BM) and the Middle School Attached to China Conservatory (Diploma). Her primary teachers include Joanne Polk, Lydia Boguslavsky and Pei Sun. Yahan has won multiple competitions, including National Young Maestro Competition (first prize, 2014), Clifton Foundation’s Emerging Artist Award (2016), and the Rowan Soloists’ Competition, which resulted in a solo performance with the Rowan University Orchestra in February of 2015. Her playing has been heard at Manhattan in the Mountains Music Festival, Techne Music Festival at Moravian College, Summit Music Festival, Northern Lights Music Festival, Kimmel Center Perelman Theater, Merkin Concert Hall, and others. In addition to her performing career, Yahan is also an active piano teacher, having taught privately and through Rowan University’s Preparatory Division.