Bin Huang, concert violinist，Professor of Violin and Chair of the Orcestral Instrument Departmentand at the China Conservatory of Music
Bin Huang, one of the most outstanding violinists from China won the First Prize at the Junior Wieniawski International Violin Competition at age 14. She has maintained international prominence, winning both the Paganini International Violin Competition in Genoa, Italy, and the Munich (ARD) International Music Competition in Munich, Germany. Ms. Huang has been universally lauded for her interpretive and technical skills, hailed as “a winner in what matters the most” (The Washington Post) and “a talent that leaves a listener flabbergasted.” (The Sun, Baltimore)
Bin Huang concert career has taken her throughout the world, playing with leading orchestras in important venues. Bin Huang’s live recording of the Beethoven Violin Concerto on Paganini’s own violin the "Cannon," released by Dynamic label (2013) is the only existing live recording captured with that legendary instrument. Diapason praised it as "an interpretation of the highest class.” Bin Huang’s Baroque Violin Favourites released by Naxos (2003) was given the Editor’s choice in the American Record Guide. Her recording of The Christmas Story on Dynamic (2013) and The Complete Mozart Violin Sonatas onVermeer (2017)has also won critical acclaim. Her live performance of the complete Mozart concertos with the Carlo Felice Theater Orchestra in 2017 has been released recently under the Carlo Felice Theatre Archives.
In Sep 2019, Bin Huang and Pianist Zhou Yu Bo, Cellist Alexander Suleiman’ s trio recording won the OPUS KLASSIK Prize in Germany.
Bin Huang received her doctorate degree at the Eastman School of Music, where she worked later on as an associate professor of violin. Bin Huang also taught at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music and was a jury member at the 53rd and 55th Paganini International Violin Competition.