italian concerto bwv 971​ french overture bwv 831


Hilda Huang celebrates Beethoven@250 with performances of selected sonatas, variations and concertos in Germany and the United States. She will contribute the Op. 31 No. 1 sonata as part of Carnegie Hall's Piano Sonata Cycle and the Hammerklavier Sonata Op. 106 in San Francisco's Piano Sonata Cycle. Following her participation as the sole American in the 2019 Wilhelm Kempff Beethoven Masterclasses in Italy, she will appear in public masterclasses with Kristian Bezuidenhout at Carnegie Hall. She has and will continue to perform the Diabelli Variations “’puristically’, … transforming the jagged work of the changing variations to a grand whole” (West-Allgemeine Zeitung). 

Sonata Op. 78, "A Therese"

-Leipzig Bach Archive​​

2019-2020

HILDA HUANG


 must also say Bach." ​

Hilda Huang presents regular and diverse recitals under the auspices of Thürmer Pianos at venues in Germany, San Francisco Noontime Recitals at Old St. Mary’s Cathedral, the Whitney Center in New Haven, CT, and Evergreen Woods in Branford, CT. She also performs regularly as a chamber musician, having made appearances at Chamber Music Northwest, the Steans Institute at the Ravinia Festival, and the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival. She performs frequently with woodwind instrumentalists and was invited to appear on the Faculty Artist Recitals of David Shifrin, clarinetist, and Frank Morelli, bassoonist at the Yale School of Music.

Hilda Huang studies piano with Melvin Chen and harpsichord and fortepiano with Arthur Haas at the Yale School of Music in pursuit of a Master of Musical Arts. In service to her community, she sits on the YSM Student Advisory Council, teaches a class of piano students at Cheshire Academy in Connecticut, and maintains a private studio in New Haven, CT. She has received further instruction from Malcolm Bilson, Bernd Goetzke, Corey Jamason, Jan Jiracek, Robert Levin, John McCarthy, András Schiff, and Benjamin Simon. Hilda Huang is a 2013 Presidential Scholar in the Arts and received her BS in chemistry Magna cum Laude from Yale College in 2017. She is supported by the Kingsley Trust Association and a 2019 Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship. www.hildahuang.com || @hildahuang7 || hilda.huang@yale.edu (December 2019)


Diabelli Variations Op. 120

"Whoever says Hilda Huang

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"...scintillating..."

6 November 2019 || 98.7WFMT Chicago

J.S. BACH

CLAVIER-ÜBUNG II

"Whoever says Hilda Huang must also say Bach." (Leipzig Bach-Archiv) The young American pianist  began her international career after winning the first prize at the Leipzig International Bach Competition at age 18, earning the distinction of winning top prizes at three of the world's most significant international Bach competitions (Würzburg, Tureck). She gave her recital debut at the Leipzig Gewandhaus as part of the Steinway Prizewinners' Concert Network and subsequently appeared at the Leipzig and Montreal Bach Festivals and the BASF Young Pianists' series. Hilda Huang’s playing plumbs “philosophical depths” (West-Allgemeine Zeitung) and glimmers with “alluring extroversion” (New York Concert Review); her interpretations flow from a “mind that can multi-task… and ears that can “multi-listen’” (SF Examiner). Her work has been featured on the documentary film, Bach and Friends (2010) and on Discovery Channel’s Curiosity.com. In her debut recording, Hilda Huang performs the Bach Concerto in F minor with the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra for TELARC international (2008, From the Top at the Pops). In the 2019-2020 season, she presents Bach’s Clavier-Ubüng 2, comprising the Italian Concerto BWV 971 and the French Overture BWV 831 on the Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concerts series in Chicago, the Rockefeller Tri-I Noon Recitals series in New York, St Martin-in-the-Fields in London, and the Amsterdam Concertgebouw. 

"Bach remains an adventure for Hilda Huang"

17 September 2019 || West-Allgemeine Zeitung (DE)

BEETHOVEN@250

Old St. Mary's Cathedral for
SF Noontime Concerts

UCSF Chancellor's Concerts


Ruïnekerk Bergen

Thürmersaal Bochum

Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concerts
​live on 98.7WFMT


St. Paul's on the Green, Norwalk CT


Piano on Park, NYC

 

Tri-I Noon Recitals at Rockefeller Univ. 


Charles Wadsworth Piano Competition


St. Martin-in-the-Fields

Goethe Theatre, Bad-Lauchstädt

Het Concertgebouw Amsterdam

Philharmonic Bratislava

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Tri-I Noon Recitals, Rockefeller University

Sonata Op. 78 "A Therese" 


Charles Wadsworth Piano Competition

Sonata Op. 2 No. 2 in A major

Sonata for Violin and Piano Op. 30 No. 3 with Nicholas Tavani, Violinist


Beethoven Sonatas: Kristian Bezuidenhout Masterclass, Carnegie Hall

Sonata Op. 31 No. 1 in G Major


International Beethoven Competition Vienna


Villa Teresa, Coswig, DE


Piano Salon Christophori Berlin

Diabelli Variations, ​op. 120


BEET250VEN Sonatas in San Francisco

Hammerklavier Sonata Op. 106


UCSF Chancellor's Concerts


Goethe-Institut Boston

Diabelli Variations Op. 120


AGEART: Max Planck Institute Cologne

Sonata Op. 101 in A major 


Literaturhaus Herne, DE


TAQA Theatre de Vest Alkmaar


Beethoven Birthday Bash

for Salon di Virtuosi, NYC

Sonata Op 13  in C minor "Pathetique"


San Francisco Chamber Orchestra

Benjamin Simon, conductor

Hertz Hall, UC Berkeley

San Francisco United Methodist Church

Herbst Theatre, San Francisco


SF Noontime Concerts