Myra Huang regularly performs in recitals and chamber music concerts around the world. She
has performed at the Supreme Court, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Teatro alla Scala
in Milan, Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, and the Metropolitan Opera.
Ms. Huang has served on the music staffs of the Washington National Opera and New York
City Opera. Among the conductors she has collaborated with are James Conlon, Plácido
Domingo, Riccardo Frizza, Richard Hickox, Christopher Hogwood, Zubin Mehta, Daniel Oren,
Robert Spano, Patrick Summers, and Marco Armiliato. From 2006 until 2008, she was a
member of the music staff at the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía in Valencia, Spain, where
she worked closely with Artistic Director Lorin Maazel and Director Zubin Mehta. Ms. Huang
is a staff pianist for the Operalia competition, directed by Plácido Domingo; and at
international opera houses, including Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Théâtre du Châtelet in
Paris, Opera House of the National Grand Theater in Beijing, and Teatro Real in Madrid. She
serves as the full-time head of music staff at New York City Opera. She received her
education at The Juilliard School with Martin Canin and the Manhattan School of Music with
Warren Jones, and was a studio artist at the Houston Grand Opera.
The New York Times, The New Yorker, and The Boston
Globe named her album Winter Words with tenor Nicholas Phan among
the best classical recordings of 2011; her album Paysages with Susanna
Phillips garnered similar acclaim.