A native of Taiwan, pianist Hui-Chuan Chen began piano lessons at age four and made her debut performance at six. As a successful soloist, chamber musician, collaborative pianist and educator, Chen has traveled and performed widely throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia. 

For her solo performance, she has won numerous prizes at competitions including the Wonderlic piano competition in Baltimore, Concerto Competition of International Music Festival in Siena, Italy, Kaohsiung City Competition, Kawai Piano Competition, the University Piano Concerto Competition of NTNU, Taiwan. 

As a chamber musician, she performed at Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall, and Supreme court of the United States. She worked with accomplished musicians such as cellist Amit Peled and Flutist Demarre McGill. 

Chen holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University where she is also a faculty member in the preparatory division. She also serves on the faculty of the University of Maryland Baltimore City, Washington Conservatory of Music, and the Heifetz International Music Festival in Virginia.