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Yameng Huang

Professor at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing

Yameng Huang


Huang Yamong is a pianist and professor at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing. She was born into an artist family in Kunming, China. Huang started playing piano at the age of five under Mr. Ye Junsong and was later recommended by the renowned pianist and educator Zhou Guangren. At the age of ten, she was admitted to the primary school of the Central Conservatory of Music and taught by Professors Fan Jianqin and Pan Yiming. In 1991, she joined the class of Li Qifang, was admitted to the master's program at the Central Conservatory of Music in 1995, and has since been teaching at the school.


In 1991, at just 18 years old, Huang won second place in the 37th Maria Canals International Youth Piano Competition in Barcelona. During her studies and teaching at the Central Conservatory of Music, Huang gradually became a noteworthy musician in China. In 1997, she performed chamber music with the famous French violinist Gérard Poulet in Beijing. In 1998, she performed at the "Forbidden City Music Festival" in Beijing with internationally renowned musicians and played the famous quartet by the contemporary French master Messiaen, which created a great response.


She shows high artistic achievement in the interpretation of Chopin's works. Invited by the Chopin Society in Poland, she participated in the 3rd International Chopin Music Festival in Warsaw and gave a solo concert at the Ostrogski Castle and in Zelazowa Wola, Chopin's birthplace. She also gave several solo concerts in China, dedicated exclusively to Chopin's works.

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