College of Musical Arts
Adjunct Assistant Professor (Piano)
1075 Moore Musical Arts Center
A native of Kaohsiung, Taiwan, pianist I-Chen Yeh has been a competition prizewinner in Taiwan, Japan, and the United States. A performer devoted to the music of our time, Yeh’s solo and collaborative performances strive to highlight a new and exciting repertory. Her expertise in new music has led her to work with notable composers such as Steven Stuckey and David Rakowski.
Yeh has appeared at many festivals, including the Bowling Green State University’s New Music and Art Festivals, the Internationale Wiener Musik Seminar, the Aspen Music Festival, and the Bowdoin Music Festival. Recent concert appearances include performances at Luther College, the Interlochen Center for the Arts, Central Michigan University, Kent State University, Wayne State University, and Spring Arbor University.
Yeh holds degrees from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music (BM), the Eastman School of Music (MM), and Bowling Green State University (DMA). Her primary teachers include Laura Melton, Angela Cheng, and Thomas Schumacher. She has also performed in master-classes led by pianists such as Stephen Hough, Nelita True, Robert Levin, John Perry, and James Giles. Currently, Yeh is an Assistant Professor of Piano at Heidelberg University.