Our world class faculty is dedicated to ensuring that each student receives a well-rounded music education that supports their school music curriculum and offers opportunities to prepare for advanced musical opportunities.

Musart Music provides students of all ages the highest quality music lessons. Their world-class faculty is dedicated to ensure that each student receives a well-rounded music education that supports their school music curriculum and offers opportunities to prepare for advanced musical opportunities, such as competitive pre-college programs and university music admissions, as well as encouraging a life-long love for music.
Brighter Bee Academy is thrilled to partner with Musart Music School. We can't wait to introduce you to their wonderful team of distinguished music instructors!

Meet the Extraordinary Musart Music Team

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Qi Zhang


The Julliard School

Principal (Musart School)

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Stella Jiang


The Julliard School

Lixian Jiang was born in Yunnan, People's Republic of China in 1998. She began her piano studies at the age of 5. At the age of 12 she got into Central Conservatory of Music, Piano Academy at Gulangyu, and began studying with Professor Li Huili. In the fall of 2017, she began her Bachelor of Music degree studies at The Juilliard School under the guidance of Hung-kuan Chen. 


She was the first prize of piano performance at Fujian Vocational Colleges (by Ministry of Education) and at TOYAMA International Piano Competition. She also won the first on Western Music Instruments Competition at Beijing the 10th Student Arts Festival. The second prize of the 9th " Golden Bell " Piano Competition in Fujian. The 3rd Prize of Youth Piano Competition of European Music Academy. She also attend Seasonal Shanghai conservatory master class at 2014, and also goes to Beijing International Music festival and Academy in 2015. Cleveland International Music Festival in 2016, Aspen Music Festival in 2018.

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Jaeden Izik


The Julliard School

From Salmon Arm, BC, 20-year-old Jaeden Izik-Dzurko is gaining recognition for his exceptional communicative power and compelling interpretations. He won the Grand Prize at the Federation of Canadian Music Festivals’ National Competition, Juilliard’s Gina Bachauer International Piano Scholarship Competition, Third Prize and Peter Takács Classical Sonata award at the Hilton Head International Piano Competition, and is a laureate of the Cochran International Piano Competition. Currently studying at Juilliard with Yoheved Kaplinsky, Jaeden has performed with the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra, the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra, the Kamloops Symphony, and Lions Gate Sinfonia. He has been featured in national broadcasts on CBC and NPR. A passionate advocate for Canadian compositions, Jaeden was selected to perform a solo concert in honour of Canada’s sesquicentennial. His captivating performance of Canadian Ernst Schneider’s Romantic Piano Concerto with the OSO will be included on an upcoming CD of Canadian concertos.


Lo-An Lin


Yale School of Music

The First Prize winner and recipient of the Baroque Prize at the 2012 San Antonio International Piano Competition, Lo-An Lin, was born in Taipei, Taiwan. A pianist with “brilliance” and “thoughtfulness” (San Antonio Express), Lin has performed throughout the United States and abroad. She recently gave her debut recital at Carnegie, Weill Recital Hall as the recipient of Lowry Award at Eastman School of Music. Highlights of her solo performances include performances and recitals at the Seoul National Arts Center in Korea, National Recital Hall and Concert Hall in Taipei, Taiwan, the Steinway Hall in New York City, and the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. Lin has appeared as a soloist with several orchestras, such as the San Antonio Symphony, the Eastman School Symphony Orchestra, the Queensland Orchestra in Australia, the Glenn Gould School Orchestra in Canada, the San Francisco Conservatory Orchestra, the Interlochen Arts Academy Orchestra, Eastern Music Festival Orchestra, and the Evergreen Symphony Orchestra in Taipei, Taiwan.


Ying Li


The Julliard School

Pianist Ying Li, native of China, showed a great interest and talent in music from an early age. After completing her Bachelor’s degree at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia with professors Seymour Lipkin and Jonathan Biss, she is currently pursuing her Master’s degree with professor Robert McDonald at the Juilliard School in NYC. Recently named a finalist in the 2019 Young Concert
Artist International Auditions in NYC, Ms. Li has previously received many First prizes including the Artist Series of Sarasota national competition, Solo Competition and Concerto Competition of the Brevard Music Festival, 7th Liszt International Competition for Young Pianists in Moscow, Russia, and 7th International Competition for Young Pianists ‘A Step Towards Mastery’ in St. Petersburg, Russia.