Emerson Fang

Emerson Fang has been a research assistant at Harvard University since 2014.  Emerson began pipe organ lessons with Christian Lane in May of 2016, and is excited to learn about the art, history, and architecture of "the king of instruments." He grew up in the Hudson River Valley region of New York, where he studied violin under Betty-Jean Hagen and piano under Sylvia Buccelli.  He has a Master of Science Education from Syracuse University, and graduated from Cornell University with a B.S. in Biological Sciences in 2010.  In his earlier years, Emerson was involved in chamber music ensembles as a violinist, was part of his high school's full orchestra and pit orchestra, attended the New York School of Orchestral Studies summer camp and a local youth orchestra called Stringendo, and was also a member of the New York Youth Symphony.  During college, he was a member of the university orchestras at Boston University and Cornell University.  In his free time, Emerson enjoys practicing pipe organ and piano, playing strategy board games and video games, eating, and taking walks outside.



I am always impressed by the care and attention Christian gives to the physical and musical aspects of my playing, and I leave my lessons inspired to focus and improve in my playing and understanding of this great instrument. Christian has an amazing depth of knowledge regarding all aspects of pipe organ, and it is a privilege to study with him.
— Emerson Fang