Xin Wang has distinguished herself as a dynamic and captivating performer of contemporary music, having sung works by Canadian and international composers Alice Ping Yee Ho, Petar Klanac, Fu Hong Shi, Jose Evangelista, James Rolfe, Ana Sokolovic, Jurg Wyttenbach and many more. Ms. Wang's has performed with many of Ontario's best known venues for contemporary music, including the Queen of Puddings Music Theatre, Tapestry Opera New Works, New Music Concert and Soundstreams Canada, which presented "Pimooteewin", the first Cree opera. Composed by Melissa Hui with libretto by Thompson Highway, Xin premiered and toured this production to Northern Ontario. Xin performed Abigail Richardson's "Santuary Songs", which won the 2009 Dora Award for Best New Musical/Opera. Her performance of Aaron Gervais' "Sensational Revolution in Medicine" at the SHIFT Festival 2009 won Mr. Gervais the SOCAN AWARDS' first prize in the vocal category.

Ms. Wang performed in the Montreal Contemporary Music Festival in February 2011: re-creating her role in a concert version of "Beauty Dissolves in a Brief Hour" which won rave reviews with its world premier in July 2010, presented by Queen of Puddings featuring music by Petar Klanac, Fu Hong Shi and John Rea. Other noted performances are: Facade by William Walton in May 2011; Opera Briefs 2011 with Tapestry Opera works in September 2011; the World Premier of 'a Ballad of Ancient Warrior' for drums, voice and chamber orchestra by Alice PingYee Ho. Presented by New Music Concerts @ The Glen Gould Studio in September 2011.

When offstage, Xin Wang is a passionate voice teacher. Teaching since 2001, her students range from amateurs to those in university pursuing careers in music, from teenager to retired seniors. She treasures immensely the collective process of discovering and owning one's voice.

A native of Mainland China, Canadian Soprano Xin Wang completed her Bachelor degree at the University of Winnipeg before moving to Toronto, where she graduated from both the Opera division and the Artist Diploma Programme at the University of Toronto's Faculty of Music.