Shuti Huang

Shuti Huang

Following the completion of his music studies at China's prestigious Shanghai Conservatorium, Shuti Huang came to Australia in 1980 under an Australia-China Council Scholarship. He undertook further studies at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music and obtained his Postgraduate Diploma in Music with Distinction from the University of Tasmania.

Shuti Huang has played in many Australian orchestras including The Queensland Orchestra, with whom he toured to China, the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, and the Australian Opera and Ballet Orchestra.

From 1985 to 1988, Shuti Huang was a principal violin in the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra. In 1986, he was the Hong Kong representative to the World Philharmonic Orchestra in Brazil, under the baton of Maestro Lorin Maazel.

He was a member of the Adelaide Chamber Orchestra, concertmaster of the Hong Kong Camerata, soloist with the Tasmanian Chamber Players, a principal violinist with the Australian Chamber Orchestra, and a founding member of the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra. Shuti Huang has given many solo performances on RTHK, ABC Classic FM, and Sydney 2MBS-FM.

Shuti Huang has also performed as concertmaster and soloist with several community orchestras

including the East-West Orchestra, the Balmain Symphonia, and more recently, the Willoughby Symphony Orchestra and the North Sydney Symphony Orchestra. He is also involved with music education, tutoring regularly for the Sydney Youth Orchestra and leading classes at various music camps.