Dr. Huizi Zhang is an active performer of solo and chamber music in the United States and abroad. She embraces a wide range of repertoire and styles, particularly interested in 21st century music. She has continued to pursue critical solo performance opportunities, including a recent recital that encompassed the premiere of several compositions, at Carnegie Hall Weill Recital Hall, National Sawdust, The DiMenna Center of Classical Music, ShapeShifter Lab, Opera Center America in New York City, and N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art in Detroit, MI.
As the winner of the National Research Project Foundation, she received four-year National Scholarships and National Aspiration Scholarships for her Bachelor’s degree from Central Conservatory of China; received Master’s degree in Piano Performance and double degree in Chamber Music from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; earned a doctoral degree in Piano Performance at Florida State University College of Music in 2018. She also received full scholarships during her studies in Florida State University where she started her DMA program in 2015. In 2016, she was selected as a member by the Honor Society of Music- Pi Kappa Lambda.
Dr. Zhang is also a skilled instructor. She taught secondary piano lesson and Jazz group piano class at Florida State University and teaches students privately. She has enjoyed 10 years of teaching experience working with piano students in a variety of settings both in the United States as well as in China. She instructed students pass ABRSM exams. She is also an active member of MTNA.