Lian Huang


Lian Huang is a triple threat — a violinist, pianist, and a musical educator who has a fine understanding of music. She grew up in a musical family, many of them who are also teachers. She is passionate about teaching, and believes that a good music educator has the potential to enhance the lives of the upcoming generation, as thriving musicians and global citizens.

From the age of 3, Lian started learning piano with her aunt. Not long after, she began collaborating with members of her family. Lian’s undeniable talent landed her in the gifted musician’s class in her elementary school, middle school, and high school. To pursue her musical dreams, she decided to go to United States for further study at the Longy School of Music of Bard College. 

Lian has years of experience collaborating with musicians in Boston area, and has inspired a range of diverse audiences in greater Boston area. With a keen eye for fine detail, Lian has seen great success introducing and honing new perspectives in music, creating unique experiences in performance as well as in lessons. Being proficient in Mandarin Chinese, English, and Taiwanese, Lian facilitates a culturally-responsive teaching environment and works well with students from all backgrounds.

Birthday: April 25
School Attended: Longy School of Music of Bard College
Instruments You Teach: Violin and Piano
Favorite Music to Perform: Classical and Jazz
Favorite Music to Listen to: Classical, jazz, and pop
Something most people don’t know about you: I wrote a novel when I was in middle school, but didn’t complete it
Other hobbies & interests: I love decorate my home, and I also like watch ball game
Where you were born & grow up: I was borned in Taiwan and also grew up in Taiwan
Hero: My Dad. He is a person always make everyone full with joy.
Practice Tips: The most effective method of practice is the quality of the practice rather than the length of the practice.