Yining Wang received his Bachelor of Music degree from the Shanghai Conservatory, which he entered as the first-place winner of the entrance auditions. He later studied with Robert Lincoln and Ilana Vered at the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, where he received his Master of Music Degree. At Rutgers, he performed in the master classes with Ann Schein and Richard Goode. He has appeared as a soloist and collaborative pianist in numerous concerts, as well as on TV and radio.
Mr. Wang maintains an active studio. His students have won prizes in local and state competitions, and have performed at State Conventions and the World Piano Pedagogy Conference as well as in Weill Recital Hall, Zenkel Hall at Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center, Merkin Concert Hall. They have also performed on cable TV.
Mr. Wang is a Permanent Professional Certified Teacher of Music in Piano certified by the Music Teachers National Association and the Piano Teachers Society of America.
He is also a recipient of Genia Robinar Pedagogy Award of excellence presented by the Piano Teachers Society of America and Distinguished Pedagogy Award of Outstanding Teaching by the Cecilian Music Club. A frequent adjudicator at competitions and auditions for the MEA, PTF, SMEA, SJMTA, NJMTA, TYMA, Golden Key, Steinway Society of South Jersey as well as the International Competition of World Piano Pedagogy Conference. He is the Past President of the New Jersey Music Teachers Association.