Ms. Huang is the winner of the National Violin Competition of China, Gold Prize winner at the 3rd Manhattan International Music Competition in 2018, the Artist National Competition in Fujian, and the Bo De Chamber Music Competition in Shanghai, China. She has also won top prizes in the Long Beach International Music Competition, Mu Phi Epsilon Loeb/Louviere International Music Competition, Menuhin International violin competition in Beijing, 2012, and the Queen Elisabeth International Violin Competition in Brussels, Belgium in 2015.
Ms. Huang has participated in a number of Festival programs. She performed as a full scholarship scholar in the Holland International Music Sessions in 2013. She was a New Horizons Fellow in the Aspen Festival (2010-2013). In 2007, she participated in the Goslar Music Festival in Hannover, Germany at the invitation of the renowned Hatto Beyerle. She was also in a music exchange program for distinguished young musicians in Australia.
Born in Gulangyu, China, Ms. Huang began violin lessons with her father at age five. Subsequently, she received professional education at the University of Southern California, the Colburn Conservatory of Music, and Shanghai Conservatory on full scholarships. Her prominent artist teachers include Glenn Dicterow, Robert Lipsett, Arnold Steinhardt, Nathan Cole, and Xiaolei Ding. She also performed at master classes for Midori Goto, Hatto Beyerle, Gary Graffman, Elizabeth Pitcairn, Gil Shaham, the Tokyo String Quartet and the Ébène String Quartet.
Currently, Ms. Huang is on the violin faculty of Azusa Pacific University and Orange County School of the Arts. Ms. Huang’s goal is to share the beautiful musical fabric that she creates with audiences throughout the world.