Stéphanie Huang, cello

Revelation ADAMI Classique 2021, Stéphanie Huang started playing the cello at a very young age with her mother. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree with great distinction at the Koninklijk Conservatorium van Brussel in the class of Jeroen Reuling and then studied at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris for her Master’s degree and her Artist’s Diploma in the class of Marc Coppey as well as in the class of Emmanuelle Bertrand for her Master’s degree in chamber music.
In November 2008, she won the first prize in the Dexia Competition. At the age of 12, she made her debut at the Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie in Brussels in Tchaikovsky’s Variations on a Rococo Theme. In July 2015, she received the Grand Prize at the Suggia International Cello Competition in Porto.

She is a laureate of the SPES, Meyer and Kriegelstein Foundations, and has been selected for the 2019-2020 Jaroussky Academy, the prestigious 2019 /2021 Seiji Ozawa International Academy and the Villecroze Music Academy with Frans Helmerson. She was recently awarded the Patrick Petit Excellence Scholarship.

Stéphanie Huang performs the great concerto repertoire (Dvorák, Elgar, Tchaikovsky …) with various orchestras (Kamerfilharmonie van Vlaanderen, Orchestre Royal de Chambre de Wallonie, Orquestra Sinfónica do Porto /Casa da Musica …) under the direction of conductors such as M. Sanderling, C. Izcaray … She also gives recitals and appears as a chamber musician at various national and international festivals (Festival des Midis-Minimes – Belgium, Festival Seiji Ozawa in Matsumoto – Japan, Printemps des Arts de Monte-Carlo – Monaco, Internationaal Kamermuziekfestival Schiermonnikoog – The Netherlands, Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel Festival… ).

This summer, she will be performing at the ADAMI Festival in Villefavard, the Festival de La Roque d’Anthéron, the Musicorum in Brussels, the Festival Jeunes Talents (Paris), Victoria Hall in Geneva…

She plays on a “Thomas Bertrand” cello generously granted by the Music Chapel.

Since September 2020, she is Artist in Residence at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel in Waterloo, where she studies with Gary Hoffman.

Since September 2020, she is Artist in Residence at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel, under the direction of Gary Hoffman.

Scholarship by Foundation Engie