Festival & Artists · Swiss Alps Classics

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Shuheng Zhang, a freshman of Harvard College, is a young scholar alumnus of The Lang Lang International Foundation and joined the Young Scholar Program which is aimed to identify and offer mentorship, tutelage, and unique opportunities for performance to limited number of exceptionally talented young pianists from around the world.

He has performed on stages throughout the U.S. and Europe, including solo recitals at the 6th and 7th Emanacja International Music Festival, 2018 & 2019 at Lusławice, Poland, Grand Piano Series in Naples, FL, 2019. He was invited by the Leeds International Piano Festival as artist in residence, performed series concerts at venues including Leeds Town Hall and London Symphony Orchestra St. Luke’s in 2019 and was praised by enthusiastic audiences for his sensitivity, interpretation, and musicianship.

Shuheng has won top prizes in many competitions such as the Thousand Islands International Competition, David Dubois Piano Competition, Lee University International Piano Competition and MTNA. He has been featured as a soloist and performed concerti with orchestras from Detroit to Germany. Chicago Music report lauded his performance of Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 23 with Midwest Young Artists Orchestra as “invigorating, incisive, and note-perfect account”, establishing an agreeable rapport with the conductor as they exchanged pleasantries in the composer’s conversational rondo.”

Shuheng studies piano With Dr. Logan Skelton of the University of Michigan.

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