Diana Wang ’20 grew up in Richland, Washington and has numerous experiences in international music festivals, performing as concertmaster under the batons of Gerard Schwarz, Ryan Dudenbostel, and Ken David-Masur. At a young age, Diana was a featured solo artist with the Spokane Symphony and the Seattle Symphony playing Sarasate's Zigeunerweisen for a Young Artists Concert Series. Diana won the International American Protege Competition in 2015, getting the opportunity to deliver a solo concert at Carnegie Hall's Weill Hall. She was also the solo competition winner of the Mid-Columbia Symphony Young Artists Competition. Diana has also gotten to perform in various masterclasses around the country with artists Mikhail Kopelman, Robert Waters, and Peter Zazofsky. Currently pursuing a B.A. in Neurobiology at Harvard College, Diana is an executive board member and violinist in the Brattle Street Chamber Players and is a violinist for the Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra. Diana is a member of the violin studio of Hsin-Lin Tsai, violinist of the Boston Ballet and the Boston Symphony Orchestra.