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Huang Naiwei

Huang Naiwei

Huang Naiwei is one of Hong Kong’s most promising solo artists, collaborator at the keyboard in chamber music and song in both
Classical and Jazz music. His improvisational playing was highly praised by internationally renowned cellist Yo-Yo MA, and was said to
be an “impressive talent” and was invited to work with internationally renowned composer TAN Dun on his piano concerto in 2017.


Huang participated in the Beijing International Music Festival Academy and the Salzburg Mozarteum Summer Academy. He has had extensive experiences with on-stage performance, and has performed live at the Great Hall of Stiftung Mozarteum Salzburg in Austria, Hong Kong Cultural Center, Hong Kong City Hall, the Hong Kong Government House, Xinghai Concert Hall in Guangzhou, Shenzhen Grand Theatre, China Conservatory of Music in Beijing, Xi’an Conservatory of Music, Art College of Inner Mongolia University and Shantou University.


Alongside his immersion in classical music, Huang is very much devoted to composition and improvisation in various music styles, such as jazz, pop, and film music. “Universal Music (Hong Kong)” appreciated his talent and invited him to participate in the recording of pop singer Hacken LEE’s album “Fu Ke”. Huang recently collaborated with Hong Kong Film Awards Best Original Film Score winner Peter Kam Pui-Tat to perform at Hong Kong Cultural Centre.


In 2016, Huang was invited to perform and demonstrate as a special guest on a new piano release conference for the “CELVIANO Grand Hybrid” jointly designed and produced by CASIO and C.Bechstein. In the same year, he was also invited to have a solo and chamber performances in the “2nd and 3rd Hong Kong International Airport, Music Proms” and playing Mozart’s Piano Concerto with “City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong” to celebrate Mozart’s 260th birthday. In 2017, Huang was invited to be one of the judges in the “The 7th (2017) Hong Kong International Piano Invitation Competition” and “ The 12th Zhongsin International Music Competition”. He was also invited by Chinese Musicians' Association and Parsons Music to participate in “ The 7th Yangtze River Piano Music Festival” as the representative of Hong Kong musician. Huang started learning piano since five years old under Mr. YU Yang, then graduated from the High School affiliated to the Xinghai Conservatory under Professor Xian Jingsong and received his bachelor’s degree and master's degree in music, majoring in Piano, at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA) under Professor Gabriel Kwok. Huang was also admitted to programmes and learned under piano masters including Prof. Dmitri Bashkirov, Prof. Arie Vardi, Jerome Lowenthal, Sequeira Costa, Aquiles Delle Vigne, Lee Kum Sing. Huang is now tutor of the junior programme of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts.