Music Resume – Updated Nov. 2016
Kevin Huang, age 17, has studied piano performance and music theory since age 7 at the European Academy of Music and Art (EAMA) Inc., under the tutelage of Dr. Bella Eugenia Oster and Mr. Roberto Carlos Perez. He has consistently been a winner of the International Contest of the International Association for Musically Gifted Children (IAMGC) Inc. for last 10 years. In 2015, he was awarded a $300 scholarship by IAMGC for his outstanding performance and dedication to music education. With a group of Dr. Oster’s students, Kevin has been profiled on International and National television programs, magazines, and newspapers. He has also recorded many CDs.
As an Ambassador of Culture of the IAMGC, Kevin has performed pieces from various cultures to the public, developing a rich repertoire including German, Austrian, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Canadian, Polish, Czech, and Canadian composers. Kevin has given many performances abroad in prestigious concert halls including Carnegie Hall (2016, 2010), Walt Disney Concert Hall (2013), Kennedy Center (2009), Musikverein (Vienna, Austria, 2015), Gasteig (Munich, Germany, 2015), Rudolfinum (Prague, Czech Republic, 2014), Franz Liszt Academy of Music (Budapest, Hungary, 2014), Krakow Philharmonic (Krakow, Poland, 2014), Kimmel Center (2014), New Jersey Performing Arts Center (2015), National Arts Centre (Ottawa, Canada, 2012), and Strathmore Mansion (2013). He has also performed at various cultural and academic institutions including the Liederkranz Foundation (2015), Consulate of Hungary in New York (2011), Embassy of France (2016, 2010), Embassy of Russia (2011), Constitution Hall (2013), Maryland Governor’s House (2009), Oxford University (UK, 2011), Cambridge University (UK, 2011), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2014), Yale University (2016), Columbia University (2012), McGill University (Canada, 2012), Princeton University (2013), and the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (2013). In addition, Kevin has performed for the elderly, children, patients, and veterans as a way of giving back to the community. He has played at Johns Hopkins Hospital Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center (2011), Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (2013), Loch Raven VA Center (2015), National Institutes of Health Visitor Center (2012) and Clinical Center (2010), Landow House (2010), and Charleston Retirement Community (2009). In the coming year, Kevin will be performing at the Children’s National Medical Center, Blumenthal Performing Arts Center, Dartmouth University, and Teatro Real (Madrid, Spain), and Casa da Musica (Porto, Portugal).
Throughout high school, Kevin is a straight-A student who succeeds in many rigorous classes. His passion for physics led to a research internship in quantum computation at UMBC. His project won the 2016 Grand Prize in Physical Science at the Baltimore Science Fair, an expenses paid trip to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Phoenix, AZ), and a full college scholarship from Towson University. As a two-time silver medalist, Kevin is ranked among the top 100 students in the USA Physics Olympiad. Kevin is a co-founder and teacher of the Howard County Chinese School Physics Program where he volunteers his time to help students succeed in physics classes and exams. He is currently pursuing his interests in condensed matter as a visiting student in the Department of Physics at Johns Hopkins University. In his spare time, Kevin enjoys reading, travelling, photography, playing chess, table tennis, and attending concerts, ballets, and operas.
Franz Liszt Academy of Music (2014)
Age 15, 8 years experience