As a versatile pianist, I-Hsuan has enjoyed performing works ranging from Scarlatti to Beethoven to Messiaen. Equally adept as a Collaborative pianist, she also enjoys chamber music and is often sought after as accompanist for singers, and has given a number of recitals both as a soloist and accompanist during her time in the UK. Recent performances include as a soloist for Mozart Piano Concerto in D Major No.26 K537 with Birmingham Conservatoire Symphony Orchestra in Town hall in Birmingham, as a pianist for Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire in the Crescent Theatre for an all-Schoenberg programme and a recital in Emmanuel United Reformed Church in Cambridge.
I-Hsuan started learning the piano at six and cello when she was ten. She was actively involved as a cellist in the orchestra in Hsin-Ming Junior High School where she was enrolled in the music stream. She went on to complete her Bachelors in the University of Taipei, where she majored in piano under Professor Pei-Chun Liao and with cello as her secondary instrument with Ching-Ling Wan. In 2011, she performed with University’s string orchestra in National Concert Hall in Taiwan. I-Hsuan was accepted into Birmingham Conservatoire, studying with Professors Julian Jacobson and Philip Martin, and has completed her Masters in Music with distinction (ISCED level 7), and Advanced Postgraduate Diploma in Professional Performance (ISCED level 8). I-Hsuan has also participated in many competitions, and successes include first prize of piano group in Taiwan Music Competition in Hsinchu (2009), first awards for both piano and cello in National Student Music Competition, and as a candidate of the first round in Brant International Piano Competition(2016,2017).