Jin Wang is a Doctoral Cello Performance student at the University of North Texas of Music college in America. She born in China where she began to study cello at age of 8. She stated to learn cello with professor Ying Shi who was cello principal in Harbin Opera Orchestra. In the high school, Jin Wang had earned Instrument Competition second prize, In 2013, she was offered to study in the college of music in Renmin University of China and started to learn with associate professor Ying Wang, and professor Lixing Jiang who is Former principal cellist of China National Symphony Orchestra. In 2014, she represented the Renmin university to Bayreuth Youth Music Festival and performed in many cities of Germany, then she passed audition for the Bayreuth Youth Orchestral and cooperated with conductor Peter Stark. In 2015, she followed the Renmin University Orchestral to perform at the University of Dublin, University College Cork in the Ireland, also she played quartet in the Chinese embassy in the Ireland. In 2016, she went to BIMFA Beijing Music Festival and performed several chamber music. When she got cello performance bachelor degree, she went to University of North Texas, and was studying with cello Prof. Eugene Osadchy, Dr. Johannes Kleinmann. She got the Cello Competitive Scholarship for her Master’s Degree. In 2019, she won the GEORGE PAPICH CHAMBER MUSIC STUDIES COMPETITION SECOND PRIZE. In 2020 she got the recital then She has accomplished her Master Degree. Currently, she got the Cello Competition Music Scholarship in the University of North Texas and continues studying cello performance for the Doctoral Degree with Prof. Gal Faganel and Dr. Horacio Contreras.