Wen-Ting Ong received her Bachelor's Degree in Piano Performance at Andrews University in 2011 and began her Master's Degree and Professional Studies at the Cleveland Institute of Music soon after. In her time in Cleveland, she won second place in the 2014 Darius Milhaud Solo Performance and Chamber Competition and debutted with the FiveOne Contemporary Ensemble at the 2014 NeoSonicFest.
She entered the University of Kansas in 2014 to pursue doctoral studies in Piano Performance and went on to win the 2014 Fort Hays Concerto Competition and received the Patronus Award from the 2015 SAI Scholarship. In the same year, Wen-Ting received Honorable Mention in the Bradshaw and Buono International Competition with an all Brahms program for the category of Piano Duo and was a scholarship recipient for the 2015 NKCP (National Conference for Keyboard Pedagogy) in Chicago. She was given a grant from the Koch Cultural Fund to support her contemporary musical ventures at the 2015 Cortona Sessions in Italy which she became a resident fellow in 2016. Wen-Ting was also the Co-Music Director/Pianist at Lawrence Opera Theatre during their 2015 season and coached at the 2016 Prairie Winds Festival at the Lied Center in Kansas. Recently, she became a finalist of the 2017 National Musical Federation of Music Competition.
Wen-Ting recently graduated with honors from the University of Kansas and her dissertation focuses on the French artistic trend of Cubism of the early 1900s on piano music, specifically of Maurice Ravel. She now works at the Boston Conservatory of Music at Berklee and is a ballet technique pianist at Boston Ballet School.