Pianist Terence Yung has appeared throughout the United States as a recitalist, in chamber music concerts, as soloist with orchestras, including performances in New York City, Philadelphia, Seattle, and Houston as well as abroad in Spain and France. A recipient of numerous awards, Mr. Yung's international honors include top prizes at the Puigcerdà International Music Competition in Spain and the Bradshaw and Buono International Piano Competition in New York City. He has appeared under the batons of David Amado, Jack Moore, and Richard Vanstone.

Notable venues include Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center of Performing Arts (Philadelphia), Benaroya Hall (Seattle), the Grand Opera House (Delaware), Teatro de Puigcerdá (Spain), Steinway Hall, Yamaha Salon, the Kosciuszko Foundation and the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston. He has appeared as a soloist with the Delaware Symphony Orchestra, the Wilmington Community Orchestra, and the Orchestra Society of Philadelphia.

In the United States and abroad, Mr. Yung has appeared at a number of international music festivals, including the International Piano Festival (Houston), the International Keyboard Institute and Festival (New York City), the Puigcerdà International Music Festival (Spain), the Académie Internationale d'été de Nice (France), the Seattle International Piano Festival, and the Adirondack International Music Festival in upstate New York.

Mr. Yung, who grew up in the United States, studied with Eleanor Sokoloff of the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. He later trained at the Juilliard School pre-college division, under Frank Levy. He continued his studies with Abbey Simon at the University of Houston in Texas. He also holds diplomas from the Conservatoire National de Region de Nice in France, where he worked with Philippe Entremont, and is the recipient of many awards for his scholastic and pianistic achievements. He has received coaching from Garrick Ohlsson as well.

Mr. Yung has been committed to arts activism, supporting efforts in the education and outreach of classical music. His work with outreach organizations have brought the gift of music to underprivileged children of inner-city Houston. Yung has also been affiliated with Sing for Hope, a non-profit organization that mobilizes artists to communities in need. Terence Yung has been a subject of interviews by Ming Pao Daily News, The Global Chinese Times, and French public news as a young pianist from Hong Kong.