Kyle Jannak-Huang, 14, is a scholarship recipient and member of the Music Institute of Chicago’s Academy program. He has studied piano with Brenda Huang for 9 years. Kyle was named the winner of the 2012 Crain-Maling Foundation Chicago Symphony Orchestra Youth Auditions, and he will perform with the Chicago Symphony during 2012/2013 season.
He played with the Lake Forest Symphony under the baton of Alan Heatherington in March, 2011 as the winner of the Steinway Concerto Competition. He was the Silver Medalist in the 2011 Seattle International Piano Competition. Kyle was the winner of 2011 Walgreens National Concerto Competition Open Senior Piano Division. He was the first place winner of 2011 NWSMTA Awards Competition in Senior Division. Kyle was the first place winner in all divisions at the Society of American Musicians Competition that includes the Primary, Junior, Intermediate and Senior divisions. He was the Illinois state winner of the ISMTA competition junior division in 2009. Kyle has won first place at the Confucius Music Festival for the Primary, Junior I, and Junior II divisions. He performed in the Young Steinway Concert Series at Skokie Library in 2010. In 2009, Kyle played with the Oistrach Symphony Orchestra as a selected winner of the Sixth Annual DePaul Concerto Festival for Young Performers.
II. Oiseaux Tristes
III. Une Barque sur l’ocean
IV. Alborada del Gracioso
V. La Vallée Des Cloches
I. Danse russe (Russian Dance)
II. Chez Petrouchka (Petrushka’s Room)
III. La semaine grasse (The Shrovetide Fair)