Britanee Wong has been teaching for over ten years and is herself studying under Dr. Robin McCabe at the University of Washington, currently finishing her doctoral degree (DMA) in piano performance. She had her orchestral debut at age nine, competed extensively in local Seattle piano competitions throughout grade school, and performed in Benaroya Hall as a prize for being a finalist in KING FM’s Ten Grands competition in 2010. At age sixteen, she was accepted into the UW School of Music as a part of the UW Academy program, graduated cum laude with a Bachelors of Music (BM) in Piano Performance in 2014, and received her Masters degree in Music (MM) in the spring of 2017. Since entering school at the UW, she was a two-time winner of the University of Washington School of Music Concerto Competition, performing as a featured soloist with the UW Symphony at Meany Hall in both 2012 and 2014. Britanee lives in Seattle with her husband Geoffrey, and they enjoy an active lifestyle with lots of hiking, biking, and camping!
Britanee especially loves teaching because it allows her to connect with all kinds of students to share the joy of making music, and it challenges her to find creative and enjoyable ways to teach difficult concepts.