Artist Bio

Paul Huang, violin

Recipient of the 2015 Avery Fisher Career Grant and winner of the 2011 Young Concert Artists International Auditions, violinist Paul Huang has recently debuted to critical acclaim with the Orchestra of St. Luke’s (Prieto); the Detroit (Slatkin), Louisville (Mester), Alabama, Bilbao, Taipei, National Taiwan (Hogwood), and Mexico National Symphonies; and the Louisiana and Seoul Philharmonics (Stenz). Recital appearances include the Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C., Washington Performing Arts, Lincoln Center’s Great Performers series, San Francisco Performances, the Gardner Museum, and the Louvre in Paris. His first solo CD, Intimate Inspiration, was released on the CHIMEI label. In association with the Camerata Pacifica, his recording of Four Songs of Solitude for Solo Violin by John Harbison was released on Harmonia Mundi in fall 2014. An acclaimed chamber musician, Paul Huang appears as a member of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center’s CMS Two as well as a Principal Artist for the Camerata Pacifica in Santa Barbara and throughout California. This summer, he debuts with the Pacific and Houston Symphonies and La Jolla, Music@Menlo, and Kissinger Sommer and returns to the Great Mountains, Moritzburg, and Caramoor festivals. Huang plays the 1742 “ex-Wieniawski” Guarneri del Gesù, on loan from the Stradivari Society.

Paul Huang will perform in Concert Program I (July 16), Concert Program II (July 19 and 20), and Concert Program III (July 22 and 23).

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