WANG En, born in 1948, is an esteemed pianist, a dedicated music educator, and a professor at National Taiwan Normal University's Department of Music. Hailing from an erudite family, Wang's musical journey led her from Taiwan to the prestigious conservatories of San Francisco and Vienna. Her career is marked not only by her frequent performances on international stages but also by her role in shaping the next generation of pianists, some of whom have gained international acclaim. Wang's commitment to the growth of Taiwanese music and education has been unwavering; she heads the “Formusica Arbeitsgruppe der Komponisten” of composers and co-founded the “WACH Conservatory of Music” with CHEN Mao-Shuen. Together, they have greatly advanced the promotion of Taiwanese music and educational materials. In 2015, Wang took the helm of the “Taipei Taiwan International Piano Competition,” a biennial event orchestrated by WACH Conservatory of Music, which has become a catalyst for cultural exchange and a platform for celebrating and interpreting the piano compositions of Taiwanese artists.