Listen to 2023 FWC Solo Alternate Winner Zhengyi Huang, piano, perform on Classical KING’s Northwest Focus Live!
Ladies Musical Club and Classical KING
Zhengyi Huang, piano
2023 Frances walton competition alternate winner
Northwest Focus Live
Friday, December 8, 2023 at 7 PM
Six Pieces for Piano, Op. 118, Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
- Intermezzo in A minor. Allegro non assai, ma molto appassionato
- Intermezzo in A major. Andante teneramente
- Ballade in G minor. Allegro energico
- Intermezzo in F minor. Allegretto un poco agitato
- Romanze in F major. Andante
- Intermezzo in E♭ minor. Andante, largo e mesto
Totentanz, S.525, Franz Liszt (1811-1886)
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Zhengyi Huang is from Shenzhen, China. He earned his two Master of Music degrees in piano performance and in Chamber Music with Professor Logan Skelton at the University of Michigan, under a full-tuition scholarship. He is currently the only piano candidate of the prestigious Artist Diploma program at Rice University studying with Professor Jon Kimura Parker.
His competition wins for last two seasons include first prize in the Marian Garcia Piano Competition, first and audience favorite prizes in Grand Junction Concerto competition, second place in the MTNA-Steinway Young Artist National Final (After winning fist places in Michigan State and in East Central Division), first place in the Rosamond Haeberle Piano Award competition, Third place in the Settle International Competition, grand prize in Concours Européen de Piano, 1st place in the Eisemann International Young Artists Competition, grand prize in the 81st Naftzger Young Artist Competition, as well as the gold medal in the Rubato International Competition. He recently performed with the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra in Colorado, and with the Richardson Symphony in Texas. He also received full tuition fellowships from Piano Texas International Festival, Rebecca Penneys Festival, and Gilmore International Festival. This fall, He is invited to give solo recitals and concerto performances in Las Vegas’s Smith Center for the performing art, Kawai Gallery in Houston, Oxford performing center in Alabama, Ann Arbor City Club in Michigan, and in the Theatre du Ranelagh in Paris, where an album will be recorded and released throughout various platforms.