Huang Qiuning Jonie
Shanghai Conservatory of Music
Ms. Jonie Qiuning Huang received her double bachelor degrees in piano and electric keyboard from the Shanghai Conservatory of Music in 2009, and furthered her master degree at the same institution with audition exemption in the same year. In 2014, she completely another master’s degree in collaborative piano from the New England Conservatory under Vivian Wielerstein and Cameron Stowe. In addition to her solo performances, Ms. Huang is an enthusiastic chamber musician. From 2009-2011, she joined the “Bai Chuan” Prize, played new chamber music written by Chinese composers. In 2009, she was invited by Shanghai Philharmonic to perform in Shanghai Grand Theater and Hangzhou Grand Theater. In 2012, she played Maher's No.4 symphony chamber edition with Shanghai Oriental Symphony Orchestra in the Maher's 110 birthday celebration.
At New England Conservatory, She is in frequent demand as a collaborative artist working with the studio members of Donald Wielerstein, Paula Robison, Roger Taping, and Kim Kashkashian, Her duo and chamber collaborations have been the featured concerts at New England Conservatory's prestigious Jordan Hall. In May 2013, she was invited by Maazel family and flutist Ben Macdougall to give a concert in Castleton, Virginia. In 2013 she was invited to join the Foulger Music festival as a staff pianist. In 2014, she was invited by Banff music center as a staff pianist. Since 2014, Ms. Huang has been a faculty member at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music.