(c) 2012 Eileen Huang

Pianist and soprano Eileen Huang has performed at Alice Tully Hall, Boston’s Symphony Hall, Carnegie Hall, the Aspen Music Festival, the Rockport Chamber Music Festival, and the Tanglewood Music Festival. She teaches on the music faculty at MIT, where she is a piano instructor, collaborative pianist, and coach.

Edwin Barker and Eileen Huang performed a poetic rendition of [Koussevitzky’s] Chanson triste… The Valse Miniature was equally delightful. Barker and Huang traded phrases of soft delicacy while keeping the dance quality ever present…

Pianist Huang proved an equal partner and accompanist, supplying the angular music with soft touch… played with poise and polish… proved a simpatico partner, shaping the phrases with tasteful rubato.

Boston Classical Review

As Princess Aurora, Eileen Huang did vocal justice as the sleepy star of the show with a fine sense of humor and style.

Boston Musical Intelligencer

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