The Chinese pianist Chu-Fang Huang took first prize in 2005 in the Cleveland International Piano Competition and was a finalist in the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. One year later she won first prize in the 2006 Young Concert Artists International Auditions. Her worldwide appearances have included recitals at the Morgan Library and Zankel Hall in New York, the Mustafa Kemal Centre in Istanbul, and the Louvre Museum in Paris, and concerto performances at Lincoln Center and in Missouri, South Carolina, Texas, Colorado, and California in the United States, with the Victoria Symphony in Canada, the Sydney Symphony in Australia, and the Chenzhen and Liaoning Philharmonics in China. She has performed chamber music at the Young Concert Artists Festival in Tokyo and with Charles Wadsworth and Friends in the United States. Chu-Fang Huang studied at the Shenyang Conservatory and made her United States début in the La Jolla Music Society’s Prodigy Series. A graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music under Claude Frank, she received her Master of Music degree and Artist Diploma from the Juilliard School under Robert McDonald.