A pianist, harpsichordist, educator, and music advocate, Ye Bai’s sensitive musicianship leaves a lasting impression as she shares her unique interpretations of both standard and contemporary repertoire. Ye strives to make music accessible to different social groups such as children with autism, the general public, and retirees. She believes that music should be enjoyed by both performers and audiences. As a soloist, Ye won awards in many competitions in China. She had two recitals in Shanxi, China, and her performance of Mozart and Chopin were well received by the audience. She also had one recital in Cambridge, MA, US, and the contemporary piece, Where the Rivers Go, composed by Tobias Picker that she played in the background of her painting left a deep impression on the audience. Ye is also enjoy performing with other instruments and, accompanied for violin, flute, clarinet, oboe, trumpet, bason, bamboo flute, Cheng and more. As an educator, Ye teaches students from age 4 to 14, and adult students who learn piano as a hobby. She always attracts students’ attention with some interesting pieces and vivid verbal descriptions, then teaches them the technique in the piece. Ye strives to make music accessible to different social groups. She performed in Fangzhou Autism school for children with autism in Taiyuan, Nursing home in Rochester, NY, and had online Healing Concert for retirees in Boston. Originally from Taiyuan, Ye Bai believes her true home is in Shangri-La. When Ye Bai is not performing, she pursues with equal fervor her passions for travel, dance and cuisine. Perhaps someday you might even see Ye Bai in a food eating competition as she once at 45 dumplings in one sitting!