Ya-Fei Chuang has appeared at numerous international festivals, including Bach Festival (Leipzig), Beethoven Festival (Warsaw), European Festival (Stuttgart), Mozart Woche (Salzburg), Taipei International Music Festival, those of Ruhr, Schleswig-Holstein, Verbier, Prussia Cove (England), Gilmore, Oregon, Ravinia, Sarasota, Tanglewood.  She has collaborated with conductors such as Christoph Eschenbach, Nicholas McGegan, Sir Roger Norrington, and performed with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Israel Symphony, Malaysian Philharmonic, Radio Symphony Orchestra Berlin, Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, and at the Berlin Philharmonic Hall, Boston’s Symphony Hall, Gewandhaus Leipzig, London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall, National Concert Hall Taipei, Tokyo’s Suntory Hall, and in Israel, China, South America and throughout Europe and the US.  She has performed as duo partner with, Alban Gerhardt, Kim Kashkashian, and regularly with Steven Isserlis and Robert Levin.  She has recorded for ECM, Harmonia Mundi, Naxos, New York Philomusica Records; and the Ruhr Festival has released several of her live recordings, including a solo album as a premium of Fono Forum Magazine. Upcoming CD releases will be all-Liszt, all-Chopin, and the complete piano solo works by Ravel for Le Palais des Dégustateurs, to be released worldwide on Harmonia Mundi.  Fanfare Magazine hailed her “delicacy and fluidity of touch … this version (live recording of the Mendelssohn Concerto No. 1) now sits at the top of the pile of Mendelssohn Firsts, alongside Perahia, Serkin, and John Ogdon.” Her recording of Hindemith’s chamber music works with Spectrum Berlin was awarded a special prize by the International Record Review. Ms. Chuang gives master classes in Asia, throughout the U.S., Europe, and 2017 will mark the tenth year of teaching the annual two week master class at the International Summer Academy at the Mozarteum, Salzburg.