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Sylvia Huang
°1994
Belgium
Biography
In 2004, Sylvia Huang was a laureate of the Breughel Competition before going on to take first prize in the Belfius Classics Competition. In 2008, she won first prize in the Lions European Music Competition. She played in the European Union Youth Orchestra from 2009 to 2010 and joined the Belgian National Orchestra in 2012. Since 2014, she has been first violinist of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam. A keen chamber musician, she joined forces with three of her colleagues in September 2014 to found the GoYa Quartet Amsterdam, with which she performs regularly both in the Netherlands and abroad. She has taken part in a number of international festivals, including the B-Classic Festival van Vlaanderen and the Echappees Musicales du Medoc. She is currently pursuing further studies at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam under Liviu Prunaru.
Teachers
  • 2015 - : Liviu Prunaru
  • 2012 - 2014: Alexei Moshkov
Degrees
  • 2015 - : Conservatorium van Amsterdam
Concerts
  • 2015-2017-2018: Japon, Musica Reale, Musica Reale - members of Koninklijk Concertgebouworkest
  • 2017: Amsterdam, GoYa Quartet Amsterdam, Intégrale des quatuors de Brahms et Schumann
  • 2014: Brabant wallon, Mechelskamerorkest, Mechelskamerorkest olv Tom Van Den Eynde (Lalo Symphonie Espagnole)
  • 2012: Mechelen, Mechelskamerorkest, Mechelskamerorkest olv Tom Van Den Eynde (Paganini Concerto No. 1)
  • 2010: Antwerpen, Kamerfilharmonie Vlaanderen, Kamerfilharmonie Vlaanderen olv Herman Engels (Brahms Double Concerto )
Competitions
  • 2008: 1er Prix, Lions Club National Music Competition
  • 2004: 1er Prix, Belfius Classics
Activities
ActivityFunction
Concert with Sylvia Huang (laureate violin 2019)Soloist
Concert with Sylvia Huang (laureate violin 2019)Soloist
Concert with Sylvia Huang (laureate violin 2019)Soloist
Concert for young people 2020: Sylvia Huang and Timothy ChooiSoloist
Concert for young people 2020: Sylvia Huang and Timothy ChooiSoloist
Concert for young people 2020: Sylvia Huang and Timothy ChooiSoloist
Concert for young people 2020: Sylvia Huang and Timothy ChooiSoloist
Concert with Sylvia Huang (laureate violin 2019)Soloist
Concert with a laureate of violin 2019Soloist
Recital by the Musiq'3 PrizeSoloist
Recital by a laureate of violin 2019Soloist
Recital by laureates violin 2019Soloist
Final 2019 : Sylvia HuangSoloist
Semi-final 2019: Sylvia Huang - recitalSoloist
Semi-final 2019: Sylvia Huang - concertoSoloist
First round 2019: Sylvia HuangSoloist
VIOLIN 2019Unranked laureate
Videos
Semi-final 2019: Sylvia Huang - concerto
Monday 6 May 2019 Flagey/Studio 4 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Concerto n. 1 in B flat major KV 207 Allegro moderato | Adagio | Presto Soloist : Sylvia Huang Orchestra : Orchestre Royal de Chambre de Wallonie Conductor : Jean-Jacques Kantorow
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Semi-final 2019: Sylvia Huang - recital
Thursday 9 May 2019 Flagey/Studio 4 Eugène Ysaÿe : Allegretto poco scherzoso | Finale con brio (Sonata in G minor op. 27/1) Bram Van Camp : Scherzo - Bagatelle Leos Janácek : Sonata for violin and piano Con moto | ballada | Allegretto | Finale Antonio Bazzini : Calabrese (6 Morceaux caractéristiques op. 34) Soloist : Sylvia Huang Pianist accompanist : Boris Kusnezow
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Final 2019 : Sylvia Huang
Monday 20 May 2019 Centre for Fine Arts/Salle Henry Le Boeuf Kimmo Hakola : Fidl Op.99 Antonín Dvořák : Concerto in A minor op. 53 Allegro ma non troppo | Adagio ma non troppo | Allegro giocoso ma non troppo Soloist : Sylvia Huang Orchestra : Belgian National Orchestra Conductor : Hugh Wolff
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Audio
First round 2019: Sylvia Huang
Semi-final 2019: Sylvia Huang - concerto
Semi-final 2019: Sylvia Huang - recital
Final 2019 : Sylvia Huang
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