Marc Soong has shown a keen interest in classical music since the age of three. He has won numerous piano competitions including the Los Angeles Young Musicians International Competition, San Jose International Piano Competition, American Protege International Piano and String Competition, Redlands Bowl Young Artists Competition, Classics Alive Young Artists Competition, Los Angeles International Liszt Competition, Glendale Piano Competition, CAPMT James Ramos Video International Competition, and many others. Marc won the Grand Prize of the 2018 ENKOR International Piano Competition. He was also the recipient of the ENKOR Competition's only Special Prize, which consists of a concert engagement in the Spring of 2019 and a professional CD recording. Most recently, Marc performed on the nationally renowned radio show From the Top. Marc studies piano under the guidance of Professor Daniel Pollack and Dr. Vladimir Khomyakov of USC Thornton School of Music. He has performed in many venues such as Stern Auditorium Perelman Stage and Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York, Redlands Bowl Summer Music Festival at Redlands, CA, Zipper Hall in Los Angeles, Trianon Theatre in San Jose, Gindi Auditorium in Los Angeles, Steinway & Sons Galleries in Los Angeles and Seattle areas and many others. Marc was selected as a recipient of the Young Musicians Foundation David Weiss Scholarship. He loves to share his music with the community especially senior centers in the local area. Marc is a junior at Stanford University Online High School. Besides his love of music, math and science are his favorite subjects. He attended several programs for math and science at California Institute of Technology and participated at National Youth Leadership Forum: Explore STEM. Marc is a delegate of California YMCA Youth & Government Model Legislature and Court (MLC). In his spare time, he likes composing, reading, swimming, and playing table tennis and video games.