Taiwanese pianist Szu-Ying Huang has performed extensively as soloist and chamber musician in major cities throughout the United States, Canada, Austria, China, and Taiwan. With significant background in art song, opera, and choral music, Huang holds the Master of Music degree in piano performance from the Peabody Institute, where she studied with Marian Hahn and is pursuing the Doctor of Musical Arts in piano performance at University of North Texas where she holds assistantships in collaborative piano (2014-2016), choral
accompanying (2012-2016), and opera accompanying (2018-2019), under the instruction of Gustavo Romero and Elvia Puccinelli. Huang joined the musical staff of AIMS in Graz (Austria) since 2015, and also served as the resident pianist in Chicago Summer Opera in 2016 for Britten's Albert Herring. From 2016 to 2018, Huang was the collaborative piano fellow at Bard College Conservatory of Music, working closely with Grammy Award winner soprano Dawn Upshaw and vocal coach Kayo Iwama., and served as the rehearsal pianist for Leonard Bernstein's Candide and Ana Sokolović's Svadba.