Born in Taiwan, Emily Ho started playing the piano when she was four. Now, she is a soloist, chamber musician, educator, and concert producer throughout North America and Asia. She completed her bachelor’s degree in piano performance at the University of Taipei in Taiwan and received her master degree in piano performance at New York University. In 2017, Emily received her Master of Music Business Certificate at Berklee School of Music.

As a virtuosic pianist, Emily has won awards including Taiwan National Music Competition, Seidof International Music Competition, and the Taiwan Council for Cultural Affairs Piano Solo Competition. Her performances have been presented at such venues as NYU concert hall, Queens College Auditorium (NYC), National Opera Center (NYC), Tenri Culture Institute (NYC),  Tribeca Performing Art Center (NYC), Shetler Studios & Theaters (NYC), Taiwan Center NY, Greensboro College Auditorium (NC), University of Taipei Auditorium (Taiwan), Taiwan National Concert Hall, Taipei Zhongshan Hall, Taichung Zhongshan Hall (Taiwan), Hsinchu Performing Arts Center (Taiwan), Hsinchu County Performance Hall (Taiwan), Wenshui Arts and Culture Center (Taiwan).

A renowned pianist and concert producer, Emily published her first piano album "Dreamland" in 2018, which received great hits. From the year 2016 till now, Emily has been interviewed by major broadcasts and journals all over Asia and North America, which including World Journal, the Liberty Times, the Sing Tao Daily, UFO Network, Philharmonic Radio Taipei, Radio Taiwan International, Hit FM and Pop radio.

Besides performance and producing, Emily is also a piano instructor. She was an adjunct faculty at NYU and has been teaching piano for over seven years with students ranging from 3 years old to adult. She persists in developing each student’s potentials to the fullest. Also, as a Taiwanese musician, Emily dedicated to promoting Taiwanese music and prompt culture exchange between Taiwan and the United States.