Nora-Chiang Wrobel has performed extensively as a soloist and chamber musician and works as a recording artist and instructor in Los Angeles. She has performed with singers in the Los Angeles Opera and the Los Angeles Master Chorale, has taught at California’s Santa Monica College and gives lecture-symposia on piano performance and music performance practice. She has performed throughout the United States in major venues including Carnegie Hall, New York’s Alice Tully Hall, The Music Academy of the West and Zipper Hall in downtown Los Angeles and internationally in Canada and China.
Ms. Chiang Wrobel began her studies in New York and received merit scholarships from The Juilliard School, The Eastman School of Music, New England Conservatory and the University of Southern California to study with distinguished pianists Leonard Shure, Barry Snyder, Evelyne Brancart, and Norman Krieger. She holds a BM and a MM in applied piano from Eastman School and the University of Southern California respectively and is a member of Pi Kappa Lambda, a national music honors society for academic excellence. She has played for the studios of world-renowned string players including Donald McInnes, and members of the Cleveland Quartet, the Guarnieri Quartet, the Beaux Art Trio, and for the studios of vocalists Jan DeGaetani and John Malloy.
Ms. Chiang Wrobel's discography includes 'Nora Live,' 'Oneness', 'Radiance in Motion', and 'Extant Blues' and she currently works as a recording artist, chamber musician and instructor in Los Angeles.