Seattle native, Dr. Frank Huang, returns to the Northwest to present a diverse program of short and evocative character pieces by Bach, Medtner, and Mussorgsky. Huang, who teaches at the Miami School of Music, has concertized in notable venues throughout North America, South America, and Europe to critical acclaim. New York Concert Review described Huang at his debut recital in Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall, as a “thoughtful and accomplished performer,” while the Chopin Foundation of the Northwest Chapter praised him as a “pianist with authority and panache.” He is the prizewinner of several important international competitions, including the 2010 World Piano Competition and the 2007 Artists International Auditions.
Huang will offer a masterclass to local young musicians the previous evening, November 16, 2018 at 7:30 pm.
About Frank Huang
Frank Huang is an Assistant Professor of Piano at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. Previously, he served as a faculty member at The College of Wooster and The Cleveland Institute of Music. Described by New York Concert Review as a “thoughtful and accomplished performer” and that his playing was “impressive for its maturity and refinement,” Mr. […]