"A tremendous artist"

JoAnn Falletta, Music Director of Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra

“Pianist Frank Huang gave a promising debut showing him to be a thoughtful and accomplished performer...[the performance] was impressive for its maturity and refinement..."

Rorianne Schrade, New York Concert Review


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Annotation for Perfectionists: Henle app tutorial video

December 20, 2019

Lately, I have been using the G. Henle Verlag's sheet music app a lot when practicing and I am loving it! There are so many possibilities when inputing comments in your scores. Here is a tutorial video explaining how to annotate and customize your markings.

Exploring the "hero" element in Beethoven's Eroica Variations

December 01, 2019

In 2020, the world will celebrate the 250th birth year of one of the greatest classical music composers: Ludwig van Beethoven. I will take part of the festivities and perform one of his most iconic piano masterpieces, Variations and Fugue in E flat Major, Op. 35, "Eroica," or most commonly known as "Eroica Variations." To me, this great work embodies Beethoven's sense of patriotism, political ideology, and above all, his fascination and self-portrayal of the hero–-a warrior that defies all odds to overcome a certain challenge or obstacle. Certainly, this type of "underdog" mentality and to never give up on something are great lessons that we can learn from these pieces.

How to stay motivated when praticising the piano: a guest post for Pianist magazine

November 15, 2019

How do we continue to motivate ourselves to practise the piano when inspiration wavers? Check out my suggestions below on ways to fuel our desire to practise…

Performing in Paris: an experience to remember

October 16, 2019

Performing in Paris has always been a “bucket-list” destination of mine because of the city’s long history and appreciation for art and culture. It was such a surreal experience! I performed a mix of old and new repertory in my fingers: Schubert Klavierstücke in E flat minor, D. 946, Medtner Sonata Triad, Op. 11, Medtner Fairy Tales, Op. 26, selections from Messiaen’s Vingt Regards, and Rzewski’s Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues.

This Is Why Classical Music Should Not Be Forgotten

August 28, 2019

I have always been a firm believer that classical music has the ability to elicit powerful reactions beyond the notes we hear from the concert stage. Sure, we might hear a piece with a catchy tune, and we will be humming along all day, but I think classical music can do much more for us as a community.

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