Ya-Ping Chloe Lo

Ya-Ping Chloe Lo, an acclaimed musician and composer hailing from Taoyuan, Taiwan, received her Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Collaborative Piano at the Sarah and Ernest Butler School of Music at The University of Texas at Austin, where she studied under Colette Valentine, Patti Wolf, and Rick Rowley.

Recognized for her skill as a chamber musician and collaborative pianist, Ms. Lo has impressed audiences worldwide with her musicality. She effortlessly blends with fellow musicians, creating captivating performances. Additionally, her artistry has been showcased at prestigious music festivals, including the Music Academy of the West in Santa Barbara, California, where she studied under the esteemed Jonathan Feldman. Ms. Lo’s passion for musical diversity has led her to participate in the Crescendo Summer Institute in Tokaj, Hungary, the Bowdoin Music Festival in Maine, and the Castleman String Quartet Piano Fellowship Program in Fredonia, NY.

Ms. Lo’s musical abilities extend beyond performance; she is also a gifted composer, demonstrating her versatility in both Western and Chinese musical styles. Her composition “The Fantasy of Liuqin,” premiered at the renowned Taiwan National Concert Hall in 2011, exemplifies her unique ability to blend traditional Chinese instruments into captivating ensembles.

Ms. Lo also received training at the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University, where she studied with prominent mentors, including Anne Epperson, Kevin Murphy, Allan Armstrong, and Futaba Niekawa.