Born in Taiwan, Hsin-yi Huang is a passionate and versatile musician. As a soloist, she performed in Taiwan, Austria, Italy and many places in United States such as Miami, Michigan and Texas. She attended International Summer Academy Mozarteum in Salzburg, International Keyboard Institute and Festival in New York and many others in recent years. She was one of the twenty selected pianists of the Frost Chopin Academy in Miami in 2018, where she studied with Dang Thai Son, Katarzyna Popowa Zydroń and Kevin Kenner.
Hsin-yi was the fellowship recipient of the Sewanee Summer Music Festival in 2019 and also the winner of the J. Avent Concerto Competition at the festival. In 2019 summer, she performed Chopin Piano Concerto No. 2 with the Orchestra del Music Fest Perugia in Italy.
Besides solo performance, Hsin-yi is an active collaborative pianist and chamber musician and holds strong interest in contemporary music. She has played in the contemporary ensemble, Musique 21 since 2016 and has worked with many renowned composers such as Andy Akiho, Christopher Cerrone and Zhou Tian.
Hsin-yi received M. M. degrees in both Piano Performance and Chamber Music from the University of Michigan. She earned the D. M. A. degree from Michigan State University under the guidance of Margarita Shevchenko. Currently, she is the staff pianist at University of Michigan and the collaborative pianist at Huron High School Choirs. She is also committed to piano teaching and has her own private studio in Ann Arbor, Michigan.