Stéphanie Huang
Stéphanie Huang

Stéphanie
Huang

Cellist

Laureate of the Queen Elisabeth Music Competition 2022 where she also won the two public prizes (the Canvas-Klara prize and the Musiq3 prize), Grand Prize of the 2015 Suggia International Cello Competition in Porto, First Prize of the International Cello Competition Società Umanitaria 2021 in Milan, ADAMI Classical Revelation 2021 in France, Stéphanie Huang has marked her musical journey with her passion for music and her sense of perfectionism.

Stéphanie Huang regularly performs major concertos (Haydn, Dvorák, Elgar, Tchaikovsky…) with various orchestras (National Orchestra of Belgium, Brussels Philharmonic, Kamerfilharmonie van Vlaanderen, Royal Chamber Orchestra of Wallonia, Orquestra Sinfónica do Porto Casa da Musica…) under the direction of conductors such as M. Sanderling, C. Izcaray or V. Mardirossian. She also gives recitals and plays in chamber music ensembles in numerous national and international festivals (Festival des Midis-Minimes-Belgium, Seiji Ozawa Festival in Matsumoto-Japan, Printemps des Arts de Monte-Carlo-Monaco, International Chamber Music Festival Schiermonnikoog-Netherlands, Festival of the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel-Belgium…).

Stéphanie Huang has collaborated with artists such as Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden, Gary Hoffman, Renaud Capuçon, Claire Désert, Laurent Korcia… She recently performed at the ADAMI Festival in Villefavard, at the La Roque d’Anthéron Festival, at the Musicorum in Brussels, at the Young Talents Festival in Paris, at the Victoria Hall in Geneva, at the Palais des Beaux-Arts in Brussels… In January 2022, she was invited by the French violinist Renaud Capuçon in the television show – L ‘Essential at Labro. She was also interviewed by Musiq3/RTBF as one of the seven artists of Belgian Music Week.

Born into a family of musicians, Stéphanie Huang began playing the cello at a very young age. She won the first prize at the Dexia Competition and made her debut at the age of twelve at the Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie in Brussels, playing the Variations on a Rococo Theme by Tchaikovsky. She obtained her bachelor’s degree at the Koninklijk Conservatorium in Brussels (with Jeroen Reuling) and her Master degree in cello (in the class of Marc Coppey), her Master degree in chamber music (in the class of Emmanuelle Bertrand) and Performing Artist Diploma at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris alongside numerous awards (Spes, Meyer, Kriegelstein, Safran Foundations).

Stéphanie Huang has been an Artist in Residence at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel since 2020 and is a 2023 Banque Populaire Foundation Laureate.

She plays on a Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume cello generously lent by the Fonds de Dotation Adelus.

www.stephaniehuang.net

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