Janice Chenju Chiang
Lecturer of Collaborative Piano
Office: Bldg. 37A, Room 163
PhD, University of Arizona
MM Fu-Jen Catholic University, Taiwan
BA Soochow University, Taiwan
Pianist Janice Chen-Ju Chiang has performed extensively as recitalist,
chamber musician and choral accompanist both in her native Taiwan and the
Most recently, she has appeared with members of the Tucson Symphony,
including Concertmaster Steven Moeckel, Principal Oboe Lindabeth Binkley and
violinist Jose Flores, now on the faculty of the University of Texas A& M
at Corpus Christi, and in concert at Southern Texas University.
Her years of experience as choral accompanist include three national choirs
in Taiwan, and the internationally renowned Arizona Choir. She has been in
great demand as pianist for the solo vocal repertoire and was a selected
participant in the 2003 SongFest Festival, where she worked with Graham
Johnson, Martin Katz, and Pulitzer-prize recipient John Harbison.
Dr. Chiang is an experienced teacher, having taught both class and studio
piano at the University of Arizona. She has also served as the interim conductor
of the TaiSheng Chorus, a Taiwanese community choir based in Houston, Texas.
She holds degrees from Soochow University (B.A.) and Fu-Jen Catholic University
(M.M.) in Taiwan, and from the University of Arizona (D.M.A.). Her major
teachers include Dr. Paula Fan, Dr. Shu-Wen Sun, Dr. Michael Dellinger, Bobby
Wang and Patricia Kavanagh.