"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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A Performance Guide to Medtner's Fairy Tale, Op. 51, No. 3
September 28, 2021
I was asked recently by International Piano to write a masterclass article for one of Medtner's more popular works, Fairy Tale, Op. 51, No. 3. I have given many masterclasses before in its traditional face-to-face setting, but never have I been asked to present one in this format.
Henle Library App: Reimagining How You Study Music
December 12, 2020
Today, I want to share with you some of the technological gadgets that I use to perform, specifically in chamber music concerts. As a pianist, I love performing with other musicians, but I always lament about having to carry a ton of sheet music, which can get really heavy and burdensome when traveling abroad!
Rediscovering the Neglected Music of Florence Price
September 22, 2020
As many of you may well know, I am a staunch advocate of performing unfamiliar repertory, especially works by lesser-known composers. Coming soon this fall, I will be performing a recital program that explores the relationship between protest and music, Odyssey of Dissent.
Understanding and Respecting Your Audience
July 21, 2020
I recently came across an article on Interlude about a response to Andras Schiff's controversial thoughts on the modern audience. Here is a quote from the concert pianist's book, Music Comes Out of Silence:
4 Popular Myths Debunked When Working on the Finer Details of a Piece
June 24, 2020
I think I can say, for the most of us, that we often ask ourselves the following after we are done learning the notes and having a decent understanding of the fundamental musicianship of a new piece: what's next? How do we make it sound better?