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Yameng Huang



Miss Yameng Huang’s musicianship is respected by professional musicians and audience alike.  A prizewinner of the 37th Maria Canals International Piano Competition in Barcelona, she has given recitals in venues such as the Beijing Concert Hall, Poly Theatre in Beijing, Casals Hall in Tokyo, Ostrogski Castle in Warsaw, the birthplace of Chopin in Zelazowa Wola, Poland, and the Steinway Haus Berlin,Schloss Torgelow among others. As a chamber musician, she has performed with violinists Ivry Gitlis, Gerald Poulet, Siqing Lu, violist Donald Mclnnes, and cellist Jian Wang. In addition to performing the standard repertoire, she is recognized as a pioneer for new music. She has premiered many compositions by some of the most important Chinese composers such as Xiaogang Ye, Qigang Chen, Xiaoting Gong. 


Ms. Huang frequently performs in various music festivals including Imagine (Memphis,  TN), The 3rd International Chopin Festival in Warsaw, the Music Festival Argerich’s Meeting Point in Beppu, Japan, Beijing Forbidden City Music Festival and Beijing Modern Music Festival. New Cosmos International Music Festival in Vienna. New York City, Boston University etc. Her performances have been shown on CCTV ,CETV in China and NHK in Japan. 

She gives master class internationally and serves as an adjudicator for piano competitions, such as China National Young Pianist Competition (Cadanza Cup, Xinghai Cup) and the Ultimate Pianist 2008 in Philippines. The third Franz Schubert International Piano Competition for young pianist in Vienna 2018. Since 2018, she is the guest professor of Stradivari Festival in Switzerland. 2020, she was invited as the chairwoman of Piano Group by the Ming Classic Music International Competition in Switzerland ( online competition).


Born in an artistic family in Kunming, China, Yameng Huang began learning piano at the age of five. She studied at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing from 1983 to1998, under the tutelage of Prof. Qifang Li, Yiming Pan and Jianqin Fan.  As a scholarship student of the German Academic Exchange Service, Miss Huang studied with Prof. Klaus Baessler in the Hochschule fuer Musik Hanns Eisler in Berlin from 2003 to 2006.


Miss Huang is currently a Piano Professor at in the Central Conservatory of Music, Beijing.

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