Artist Performance

  • Schumann International Festival concert series (pianist)        Düssedorf, Germany                                                          

  • Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra, Soloist Festival (pianist)                         Boston                                                                      

  • Boston Symphony Hall, “Warriors” premiere performance (pianist)              Boston                                                              

  • Debussy Birth Celebration Festival concert series at Tsai Performance Center         ​


  • National Charity concert series with Japanese pianist Minakami Hiroko at National Grand Theater                                                                                             Beijing

He Meng received her doctorate and master's degree in piano performance from Boston University. She has given many performances all over the world including Boston Symphony Hall, Lincoln Center, and National Grand Theatre in China as a pianist and guest artist. She has been invited to many music festivals as a soloist and chamber pianist including Debussy's 150th Anniversary concert series, Boston Youth Symphony Soloist Festival, and Tanglewood Music Festival. Holding the first prize in Schumann International Piano Competition in Germany 2004, she also performed in the premiere concert for Percy Granger’s “The Warriors” in Boston Symphony Hall in 2012. Having received the distinguished scholarship in Central University for Nationalities, she is a piano faculty in Sharon Music Academy. He Meng is the founder and music director at "Music Festival with virtuosi" in Juilliard and Boston University sponsored by CCICA.

Music Awards

  • Gold medal in "Schumann International Piano Competition", 2003.

  • "Ten Distinguished Young Artists" featured in China, 2005.

  • "The Pianist of 2008" at Tsinghua University, 2008.

  • Distinguished scholarship winner in Central University for Nationalities, School of Music, 2009.​