ISU faculty member named Steinway Artist

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Mei-Hsuan Huang, assistant professor of music in piano, was recently named a Steinway & Sons Artist. This prestigious distinction was awarded due to Huang’s artistic and professional achievement and based on her distinguished career as a pianist.

Kirk Davis, piano division director for West Music in Coralville, Iowa, presented this award to Huang at this past weekend’s concert of the Amara Piano Quartet. "We are honored to have Dr. Huang on our roster of exclusive and distinguished artists," he said. "She joins an exclusive list of internationally-recognized pianists.”

According to Huang, “I am very honored to have been named a Steinway & Sons Artist. We are fortunate to have so many Steinway pianos in our music building for our students, faculty, and guest artists. It is a privilege to be associated with Steinway and I always enjoy the opportunity to perform on their exceptional pianos.”


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