Pianist Dale Tsang-Hall began her piano studies at the age of four. A child prodigy, she won numerous competitions, and performed her concerto debut with orchestra at the age of ten.
While still in high school, she gave her first concert series under the auspices of the Young Artists’ Guild, performing solo recitals throughout California.
Tsang-Hall earned her BM in piano performance from the University of Southern California, studying with John Perry; her MM from the University of Michigan, studying with DickranAtamian; and her DMA from Rice University, studying with John Perry.
She took first prize in the 2001 Carmel Music Society Competition. Tsang-Hall was also a solo- round competitor in the 1997 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, and a semi-finalist in the 1999 Washington International Competition, and has performed at the Aspen Music Festival, the Holland Music Sessions and the Sarasota Music Festival.
Tsang-Hall is currently a faculty member at Laney College and an active solo and chamber musician. She recently returned from her second Asian tour.