Born in Vancouver, Canada, Janelle Fung began her piano studies at the age of four. Her principal teachers have included Nelita True, Julian Martin, Jacques Rouvier and Marc Durand. Janelle Fung received degrees from the Eastman School of Music and The Juilliard School of New York. She recently received her doctorate from Université de Montréal. Janelle Fung made her professional debut at the age of 14 with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. Since then, she has appeared with the Seattle Symphony, the Orchestre national de Lyon, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, the Eastman Philharmonic, and Portland Symphony Orchestra. She has concertized extensively throughout the United States and Canada, and has made concert tours of France, Italy, South Korea, and Japan. Highlights of the past year include a 10-city tour of Argentina, concerts at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston and Bargemusic in New York, and a live broadcast for WNYC. An avid chamber musician, Janelle Fung has appeared in concert with the Ying Quartet, New York Woodwind Quintet, soprano Nicole Cabell, and baritone William Warfield. Janelle Fung has been a prize winner in numerous national and international competitions, including the Marguerite Long-Jacques Thibaud Competition, the Joanna Hodges International Piano Competition, the OSM-Standard Life Competition, and the Canadian Music Competition. She has also been heard on the CBC, Radio-Canada, NPR (US) and Radio France. Janelle Fung is a founding member of Alarm Will Sound, with whom she has collaborated with composers such as George Crumb, Steve Reich, David Lang, and Bright Sheng; recorded the works of Steve Reich on the Nonesuch label; and enjoyed a residency at Columbia University’s Miller Theater.