Philip Morris Huang is a Polish-German- Taiwanese violinist. Born to a musician and music lover household, Huang has been exposed to classical music from a very young age. He discovered his passion especially for the violin at the age of six and has been performing as well as participating at different competitions later on. At "The Muse" International Competition in 2019, he won two first prizes in the solo and chamber music categories respectively. In 2021, he received second prize at the “North International Music Competition” and the Grand Prize at the international “Music Competition Online”. During his school years, Philip Huang was awarded with multiple national prizes at the "Jugend Musiziert" competition. At the age of eight, he became a student of Prof. Jörg Hofmann at the Musikhochschule Freiburg.  At the age of 14, he was accepted into the Freiburg Academy for the Promotion of Gifted Young Musicians, where he studied with Prof. Gottfried von der Goltz. Besides, Huang attended a number of master classes held by various internationally renowned professors such as Zakhar Bron, Ingolf Turban, Latica Honda-Rosenberg and Yair Kless. Philip Huang’s bachelor’s education with Prof. Anke Dill at the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Stuttgart, Germany began in 2014, in which he graduated with distinction in 2018 and further pursued a  master's degree. During his studies, the "Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now" joint- scholarship was given to Huang and his guitarist duet partner, Niels Pfeffer. Moreover, a violin built by Nicolas Lupot from 1816 was lent to Philip Huang as part of the support programme for gifted talents of the State Collection of String Instruments of Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Huang recently finished the "Master Specialized Performance Soloist" degree at the Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK) in Zurich, Switzerland with Tonhalle Zurich’s first concert master, Prof. Andreas Janke.   
Philip Morris HUANG