As the winner of the Swedish Soloistprize in 2014, the foremost national competition for classical musicians; Swedish-Chinese pianist David Huang has established himself as one of scandinavias most interesting and prominent young musicians of today.
In 2012 David made his first breakthrough winning the prestigious Vera Lothar-Schevchenko international piano competition in Yekaterinburg. This made him the first swede ever to win a russian piano competiton. He performed in the finale two concertos of Mozart and Liszt together with the Ural Philharmonic Orchestra.
Appointed as Swedish Radio P2 Artist in Residence 2014-2016 David is making numerous recordings and live performances on both national television and radio, playing both solo, chamber music and with orchestras such as the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra and Gävle Symphony Orchestra.
Today David is based in Stockholm, Sweden and enjoys performing both as a soloist and chamber musician. His passion and dedication for chamber music has led to many well established collaborations with some of scandinavia's finest musicians. As of 2015 he formed together with Swedish violinist Daniel Migdal and Norwegian cellist Frida Fredrikke Waaler Waervågen trio LEK, an ensemble dedicated to exploring contemporary music and also the already existing, vast repertoire. David is also a founding member of the chamber ensemble Sveriges Kammarsolister.
David was born 1988 in Taiyuan, China and moved to Sweden at the early age of three, he has already been awarded many honours, amongst them scholarships from the Royal Academy of Music in Sweden.