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Yen-Yu is a dedicated musician teaching private in-home voice and piano lessons in the Houston area.
Arizona State University
Doctorate of Musical Arts in Voice Performance
Florida International University
Master of Music in Performing Arts Production
Yen-Yu Shih
Voice, Piano

Mezzo Soprano, Dr. Yen-Yu Shih is a multi-talented musician who in addition to being an accomplished vocalist and pianist, has served as stage manager and producers for a wide variety of musical productions including music festivals, musical theaters, operas and concerts. Her performance experience is extensive, having been worked with several philharmonic orchestras and chamber groups and as a guest soloist to even more.

Dr. Shih has won a list of honors and competitions in academics and has received rave reviews for performances given both in the U.S. and abroad. She has been honored with the Recognition of Outstanding Academic Achievement from ASU Herberger College of Fine Arts throughout her graduate study and received the full-scholarship to pursuit her doctoral study in ASU. Since the start of her career, she has devoted to perform and promote the vocal chamber music that involved other musical instruments including piano trio, string quartet, piano quintet, Baroque ensemble and small chamber orchestra.

Dr. Shih held her Master and the Doctorate of Music Arts in Voice Performance from Arizona State University. She also received an additional Master degree in Performing Arts Production from Florida International University and received her Bachelor of Music Education degree from the National Taipei University of Education.

After completing her degrees, she served as faculty at the Sierra Music Academy, Sacramento, and held her own voice and piano studio in Pasadena(CA). She has offered professional vocal clinics, private lessons and group classes to students, choirs, musical theaters, churches and schools throughout her teaching career. In 2010-2012 she established and served as the music director of National Taiwan University Alumni Chorus, South California, which performed several choir concerts under her direction. In 2012 with her husband, Dr. Ding-Shyue Yang and the family, she relocated in Houston(TX). She currently accepted the position of Music Director for the CAMA Chorus in 2017.

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