Trinity Fan, 21, made her first Carnegie Hall appearance at the age of 8 as a Grand Winner of the NLPA International Young Artists Competition and has won several prizes since then, including first and second prizes in the New Jersey Teachers Music Association Competition, Suburban Music Study Club Scholarship Competition, Associated Music Teachers League Competition, Music Educators Association Competition, and Rondo Vanguard Competition, where she was also awarded the Bronze Cash Award.
Trinity was named a 2019 YoungArts Winner in Classical Music and was awarded first place in the Joseph Israel Bookstaber Competition that same year. In 2016, Trinity was one of the selected 11 alumni to perform in Tanglewood Institute’s 50th Anniversary Piano Concert. She has also won prizes in the Greater Princeton Steinway Society Competition and is a several-time Grand Winner of the NLPA International Young Artists and Chamber Competitions. She placed first in the senior category of the 2021 Camerata Artists International Competition and has participated in several masterclasses with world-renowned artists including Victor Rosenbaum, Michael Chertock, Sharon Boaz, Hung-Kuan Chen, and Robert Weirich, among others. Aside from performing, Trinity has been teaching for the past 5 years and is an active member of IU MTNA. She has performed in IU MTNA concert series and recently was one of four participants in a teaching workshop with pedagogues Karen Thickstun and Spencer Myer. She currently studies with Edward Auer at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music.
You can find Trinity’s 2022 20th Century Music Competition piano performance here.