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Dr. Hsin-I Huang, Taiwanese classical pianist, has captivated audiences the world over with his emotional virtuoso performances by evincing masterfully dexterous playing and profound musical sensitivity.

Over his illustrious career and with his impressive range, he has won high acclaim and numerous awards performing across the United States, Europe and Asia. As both a soloist and chamber musician, he maintains a rigorous performance schedule with some 80 concerts each year. He has released two solo albums: his 2015 debut “Bach/Busoni-Brahms-Schumann” and his 2016 follow-up “Mighty Shadow – Rachmaninoff – Mussorgsky.” Both albums are available on Apple iTunes and in 14,000 retail stores worldwide.

At the age of eight, Dr. Huang gave his first public performance in his hometown of Taipei, Taiwan and debuted in the United States at the age of sixteen at the world-renowned Carnegie Hall in New York City. He has made frequent appearances on the Carnegie stage ever since. As a soloist, Dr. Huang has performed with such distinguished orchestras as the National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra, Evergreen Symphony Orchestra, Spectrum Symphony New York, the Raleigh Symphony Orchestra and the University of North Carolina School of the Arts Symphony Orchestra. He has had the honor of performing with renowned and venerable musicians including Zuill Bailey, Joshua Bell, Alexander Kobrin, Sidney Outlaw, Phil Setzer, Ransom Wilson and The Rousseau Quartet. Dr. Huang has also traveled extensively on tour with Taiwan’s EVA Airlines orchestra, Evergreen Symphony Orchestra, as their soloist — with his performances further featured on EVA’s in-flight entertainment systems around the world.

Besting his peers in numerous competitions in the past two decades, Dr. Huang has most notably won first prize at the International Music Competition Paris Grand Prize Virtuoso 2015 in Paris, France; first prize at the Bradshaw & Buono International Piano Competition in New York, New York; first prize at the Daniel Piano Competition for Young Artists in Greenville, South Carolina; the University of North Carolina School of the Arts Concerto Competition, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina; the Raleigh Symphony Orchestra Concerto Competition in Raleigh, North Carolina; the Kawai International Piano Competition in Taipei, Taiwan; and the Taipei Piano Competition in Taipei, Taiwan. Dr. Huang has also performed at Taipei’s National Concert Hall and was the featured soloist of the Emerging Keyboard Artist Recital at Lander University in Greenwood, South Carolina and in the Classical Series in Woodstock, Vermont.

In chamber music, jury and non-profit work, Dr. Huang is pianist for the Astralis Chamber Ensemble, seasonally touring across the U.S. Pacific States, Midwest and Eastern seaboard as part of a two-to-four person chamber ensemble. He also performs piano duo with his sister, YuJen Huang, pianist for the Taipei Philharmonic Chamber Choir. Dr. Huang has also been invited and served as a jury member for many international competitions such as the Forte International Music Competition at Carnegie Hall in New York City, the Spectrum Symphony Young Artist Concerto Competition in New York City and the Singapore Annual Music Talent Competition. In 2017, he was also invited to be on the board of directors and to launch the role of Concerto Competition Program Director for the non-profit Spectrum Symphony In New York. In 2019, Dr. Huang was further invited to serve as a Steinway Educational Partner as an ambassador for piano education in New York.

Music Qualifications & Achievements:

Though widely acclaimed as a performer, Dr. Huang has also been an inspiration to his many students because of his passion for classical music. He is fervently committed to their success by leveraging strong discipline, positive encouragement and programmatic structure. His students have been accepted into world-renowned music schools including The Juilliard School and Manhattan School of Music. They have also been invited to compete at major international competitions including the International Chopin Piano Competition, Los Angeles International Liszt Piano Competition, Memphis International Piano Festival and Competition, Gina Bachauer International Young Artists Piano Competition, Henle Piano Competition, Aegio International Piano Competition and American Protégé International Piano and Strings Competition.

Dr. Huang began his piano studies at the age of seven in Taiwan and moved to Graz, Austria at the age of 14 on a merit scholarship to continue his musical studies and to learn the German language and European culture and history. He moved to the United States for high school and college and achieved his doctorate in piano performance from Stony Brook University in 2019. Dr. Huang was teaching as a teaching assistant at Stony Brook University, and was a staff pianist at Mannes School of Music, The New School and Purchase College, State University of New York.

Currently, Dr. Huang teaches as an adjunct professor at Queens College of the City University of New York at the Aaron Copland School of Music and selectively and privately for promising, high-achieving students.


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