I’m a frequent collaborator with the Boston-area’s finest instrumentalists and vocalists. From beginner Suzuki Twinklers to principal players of the BSO, I believe every performance deserves preparation, artistic integrity, and reliability.

— I’ve worked with —
  • Boston City Singers
  • Boston Symphony Orchestra
  • Cambridge Suzuki School of Music
  • Emmanuel Music
  • First Parish Unitarian Universalist of Arlington
  • Tanglewood Festival Chorus
  • United Church of Christ, Norwell
  • James Bagwell
  • James Burton
  • William Cutter
  • Charles Dutoit
  • Andris Nelsons
  • John Oliver
  • Kenneth Seitz
  • Ryan Turner
  • Lidiya Yankovskaya
  • Edwin Barker
  • Yevgeny Kutik
  • Joe Lovano
  • Danielle Maddon
  • Rafael Popper-Keizer
  • Katharina Radlberger
  • Alexander Velinzon

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

Boston Classical Review

I strive to bring out my collaborators’ best performances in any setting. I believe trust, dialogue, and flexibility (plus a little psychic intuition) lead to fun and authentic partnerships.

The estimable pianist Eileen Huang sensitively partnered throughout.

The Boston Musical Intelligencer
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FAQ: How do you find a piano accompanist?

  1. Determine your needs: Before you start looking for a piano accompanist, you need to determine your needs. Do you need someone to accompany you for a specific event or performance? Or do you need someone for regular rehearsals? Knowing what you need will help you find the right person for the job.
  2. Ask for recommendations: Ask your music teacher, fellow musicians, or music organizations in your area for recommendations. They might know of someone who is available and suited to your needs.
  3. Advertise the position: You can also advertise the position on social media or music job boards. Make sure you include the details of the job, such as the duration of the engagement, payment, and any other requirements.
  4. Negotiate payment and other terms: Once you have found the right person, you can negotiate payment and other terms, such as the number of rehearsals or performances.

Remember, it is important to find someone who is not only skilled but also reliable, punctual, and easy to work with. Good luck with your search!