Miss. Tracy Wang
Violin, Viola Teacher
Tracy Wang, an active violin teacher and an orchestra player in Dallas Fort-Worth area, who has taught violin for almost 20 years. She teaches both Suzuki and traditional method in all levels and ages, adjusting her teaching style according to different students’ needs. In addition to her private studio, Miss Wang also plays in the regional orchestras, such as the Plano Symphony Orchestra, the Richardson Symphony Orchestra, and the Sherman Symphony Orchestra.
Miss Wang began her violin and piano studies at the age of four in her home city, Taipei, Taiwan. After earning a Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering from the University of Waikato (New Zealand) in 2004, Miss Wang began working on her Bachelor of Music in Violin Performance degree at the University of Auckland under professor Dimitri Atannosov and earned the degree in 2006. During that time, she was a member of several symphony orchestras, including Waikato Symphony Orchestra and the New Zealand Youth Symphony Orchestra (NZYSO) and performed in major cities in New Zealand. In addition, Miss Wang also held private violin instructor positions in many public schools.
In 2006, Miss Wang came to the United States to pursue graduate studies in violin performance under Professor Julia Bushkova at the University of North Texas. An active teacher, Miss Wang has been teaching in Denton ISD middle and high schools since 2007 as well as maintaining a private teaching studio. Since 2014, she has become the violin/viola instructor for both Plano ISD and Frisco ISD. She was awarded Pi Kappa Lambda Membership in 2006, and was on UNT President’s list in 2007. She was also a Master Teacher of University of North Texas Education program in 2008. She received a Master of Music degree from the University of North Texas, and now is pursuing her Doctorate degree in violin performance under renowned teacher Julia Bushkova at the University of North Texas.