Stéphanie Huang, alumna KCB, in the finals of the Queen Elisabeth Competition – Cello 2022
Stéphanie Huang, the only Belgian selected for the Queen Elisabeth Competition, is one of the 12 finalists who will perform at the Henry Le Boeuf Hall (Bozar) on Tuesday the 31st of May 2022 at 20h.
During the final round, Stéphanie will perform the Dvorak Concerto with the Brussels Philharmonic, conducted by Stéphane Denève, in addition to the compulsory piece, which will be revealed on Tuesday.
Stéphanie Huang, alumna KCB
Stéphanie Huang obtained her Bachelor at our conservatoire - Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel, School of Arts of the Erasmushogeschool Brussel - in the class of Jeroen Reuling.
Now She’s continuing her studies at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel guided by Gary Hoffman and Jeroen Reuling.
Although Stéphanie is only 26 years old, she has already performed in Brussels, Paris and Monaco.
She is launched for a promising career!
Regardless of the results of the Queen Elisabeth Competition - Cello 2022, she will be performing at various festivals this summer. Come and listen to Stéphanie during:
MuCH Waterloo Festival at the Koningin Elisabeth Muziekkapel - 08.06.2022-12.06.2022
Festival Idéal at the Potager du Roi in Versailles, Frankrijk - 02 & 03.07.2022
Verbier Festival Academy - 10.07.2022-01.08.2022
Stephanie Huang in the spotlight
Don’t miss Stéphanie during the finals - Live at Bozar
The final of the Queen Elisabeth Competition will be held from the 30th of May to the 4th of June at Bozar, with the Brussels Philharmonic, under the direction of Stéphane Denène.
The moment that Stéphanie will have to give her all in front of the jury and public is on Tuesday the 31st of May 2022 at 20h.
You can come and enjoy her performance live at Bozar >> info and tickets here
It will be broadcast live on VRT NU (Canvas) and Klara.
The final concert will take place on the 16th of June 2022.
Queen Elisabeth Competition – Cello 2022
Every year in May, the Queen Elisabeth Competition organises an international competition in Brussels for young, classically trained musicians. In successive years, the Competition focuses on violinists (since 1937), pianists (since 1938), singers (since 1988), and cellists (since 2017).
This edition is devoted for the second time in its history to the cello.
The final of the Queen Elisabeth Competition will be held from 30 May to 4 June at Bozar,
with the Brussels Philharmonic, under the direction of Stéphane Denène.
And the twelve finalists are
The twelve finalists include:
Four cellists from Korea: Taeguk Mun, Hayoung Choi, Woochan Jeong en Sul Yoon
A cellist from China: Yibai Chen
A cellist from Serbia: Petar Pejčić
A cellist from Ukraine: Oleksiy Shadrin
A cellist from Estonia: Marcel Johannes Kits
A cellist from Austria: Jeremias Fliedl
A cellist from Canada: Bryan Cheng
A cellist from Switzerland: Samuel Niederhauser
A cellist from Belgium: Stéphanie Huang