Wang Meng （王萌） is a Chinese composer currently based in New York City. Her music has been performed throughout North America, Europe, and China, by esteemed orchestras and ensembles including the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Columbus Symphony Orchestra, Jacksonville Symphony, MSM Composer’s Orchestra, China Youth Symphony; Aspen Contemporary Ensemble, Thin Edge New Music Collective,
Longleash Trio, and F- Plus Ensemble. Wang was a composer fellow at the Aspen Music Festival and was selected to participate in the ACO EarShot New Music Readings. Her piece Beloved by Artemis won the 2012 Chinese National Chamber Music Competition and was selected for the composition showcase by the Xi’an Conservatory of Music in China. Wang is the co-founder of Path New Music, a collective based in NYC draws from a variety of artistic disciplines to bring a fresh, vital perspective to the theatrical stage.
Wang is currently pursuing her DMA in composition at the University of Cincinnati with Graduate Incentive Award as a student of Dr. Douglas Knehans. She is an alumnus of the Central Conservatory and Manhattan School of Music, where she held the Deolus W. Husband Scholarship for Composition in 2015-2017. Her primary instructors have included composers Wenchen Qin, Reiko Fueting and also received instructions from Andreia Pinto Correia.