Min-Chi Wu was born in Taiwan and began her piano lessons at the early age of three with her mother. She won first prize in the Taiwan National Piano Competition and second prize in the Toho Competition. When she was ten, she performed the Haydn Concerto with the Taipei Symphony Orchestra appearing on television. This won a rave review. She was noted as the youngest pianist to perform with an orchestra in Taiwan. This success launched tours in major cities in Taiwan and the United States. She went on to continue her studies in the United States and received a bachelor’s degree in music performance from Indiana University and her master’s degree in piano performance from Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University. She has studied with Julian Martin, James Tocco, Ann Schein, Leon Fleisher, and Geogy Sebok. Wu worked in the studios of Janos Starker, Franco Gulli, and Joseph Gingold. She received first prize in the Elizabeth Davis Competition and the National Guild of Piano Teacher’s International International Piano Recording Competition Award. Wu has performed solo and chamber music concerts in Taiwan and the United States.