Bella Tang has performed as a recitalist and chamber music partner in the UK and around the world, including the Wigmore Hall, the Steinway Hall in London, the Duke's Hall, BBC TV, BBC Radio 3, Cambridge University and China's Bejing Forbidden City Hall, Japan's Hamamatsu Acts City Concert Hall, the Netherlands's Haarlem Concertgebouw and Taipei National Concert Hall. She has been invited as the guest artist at the University of Leeds held in association with the Leeds International Piano Competition, the NTUE International Piano Festival in Taiwan and the Kawai's 50th Anniversary Festival.
Bella was born in Taiwan, and went on to win competitions in her native Taiwan, Italy and the UK. She went to the Yehudi Menuhin School in the UK to study with Marcel Baudet at the age of fourteen, and was awarded a four-year Full Scholarship Award at the Royal Academy of Music in London. Bella completed her Bachelor of Music with First Class Honours, LRAM, and Master of Music with Distinction as a student of Christopher Elton, achieving DipRAM for outstanding final recital and the Lloyd Hartley Prize for achievement. In addition, Bella won the Ealing Concerto Award in London. Her studies were generously supported by the UK Government (MDS), the Craxton Memorial Trust and the Help Musicians UK Ian Fleming Award.
Bella is currently undertaking her PhD degree at the Royal Academy of Music, and won a scholarship award from the Taiwan Government Ministry of Education towards her PhD studies. She recently presented at the Sibelius Academy Symposium and seminars at the Academy. Future engagements include presenting her research at the conference at National Concert Hall in Dublin and the 2022 EPARM conference at the Royal Academy of Music.
Read more about Bella's PhD project: MAKING A LEGENDARY ARTIST INTO A TEACHER: STUDYING THE INTERPRETATIVE ART OF DINU LIPATTI