Described by New York Concert Review as a “thoughtful and accomplished performer” and that his playing was “impressive for its maturity and refinement,” Chinese-American pianist FRANK HUANG (2002 NYIPC) has gained international recognition for his artistry and technical command. Dr. Huang’s performances have led him throughout North America, South America, and Europe. An avid chamber musician, he has collaborated with members of the Cleveland Orchestra in recitals. Equally active as a soloist with orchestra, he has performed with the Sammamish Symphony, Northwest Philharmonia, Peru National Symphony and Wooster Symphony Orchestra.
Dr. Huang is Assistant Professor of Music at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Several of his students have won top prizes in competitions and have been accepted to major universities and conservatories, including the pre-college division of The Juilliard School. He has also been invited to give master classes in various institutions across the United States as well as an adjudicator at local piano competitions and auditions. He previously served as a piano faculty member at Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland, Ohio and The College of Wooster.
A native of Seattle, WA, Dr. Huang received Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees from The Juilliard School and a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from The Cleveland Institute of Music.