Phoebe Wu is a pianist and teacher in Chicago. She is dedicated to bringing new works to life through collaborations with composers, musicians, dancers, choreographers, and performance artists.
She currently teaches privately at Chicago Piano & Drums as well as at the Chicago Center for Music Education (ChiME) in River West.
Recent happenings include performing a world premiere by Fjóla Evans with New Music Detroit; performing with Jocelyn Zelasko at Third Place Music Fest in Ann Arbor, MI; a solo recital of American composers celebrating the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in the US; and teaching and accompanying at the Sitka Fine Arts Camp in Sitka, Alaska for the Middle School, High School, and Musical Theater sessions.
A graduate of University of Michigan’s School of Music, Theatre & Dance, Phoebe holds a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance where she studied with Logan Skelton and Christian Matijas-Mecca. Originally from the Bay Area in California, Phoebe studied with John McCarthy in San Francisco. She grew up also playing the saxophone and tap dancing.