An award-winning Chinese pianist, Chenxing Huang has performed as a soloist and chamber musician for audiences across the United States, Europe, and Asia. Her last season included solo recitals in Paris, New York, Chicago, and Ottawa. Acclaimed for her remarkable intensity of expression, she is a laureate in international competitions including the Concours Ile-de-France, Concours Musical de France, Artist Presentation Society Competition (USA), Paderewski International Competition (USA), Krystian Tkaczewski International Piano Competition (Poland), Bradshaw & Buono International Competition, and New York Piano Festival & Competition. In addition, she was awarded the “Chopin Performance Prize” by the President of the Association of Polish Artists & Musicians in France, and the “Debussy Special Prize” from both the IBLA Foundation and the Metropolitan International Piano Competition. In 2011, she received a generous sponsor from the Edifier Musician Foundation (Beijing).
These honors have led her to perform at distinguished venues, including the Carnegie Hall, Steinway Hall (NYC), Viennese Hall (Salzburg), Vouleftikon – First Parliament of Greece, National Centre for the Performing Arts (Beijing), Beijing Concert Hall, and Shanghai Oriental Arts Center. As the featured pianist, she performed across Taiwan in the Xiamen-Taiwan Musical Exchange. A passionate chamber musician, her duet and trio groups have made appearances in Pablo Casals Chamber Music Festival, Musical Odyssey, and Shanghai Chamber Music Festival.
Claude Debussy—— Selections from Préludes, Book II (1912-13)
Franz Liszt —— Variations on “Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen” S.180 (1862)
Zhang Zhao—— Pi Huang – Moments of Beijing Opera (1995)