Violin Lessons with Rita Wang
Rita began playing the violin at age 6. After making her North American solo debut at age 11 in Alice Tully Hall, New York, she has since appeared as a soloist and chamber musician in Germany, Switzerland, Holland, Czech Republic, Vienna, Italy, China, Canada, and throughout the United States of America. Rita is a prizewinner of both international and national competitions, such as the XXI Johann Sebastian Bach Competition, the Fischoff Competition, and the Coeur d’Alene Young Artist Competition. Rita enjoys performing repertoire of different periods and in diverse styles, ranging from historical performance to contemporary music.
Rita received her Doctor of Musical Arts from University of Michigan, studying with Aaron Berofsky, after receiving her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at New England Conservatory where she studied with Miriam Fried and Kim Kashkashian. At the University of Michigan, Rita served as a teaching assistant of Aaron Berofsky, Stephen Shipps, and Michael Hopkins. Since 2007, Rita has also been dedicated to her private studios in Boston, Ann Arbor and New York where she enjoys teaching students of all levels.