Myra Huang

Myra Huang has been active both as a pianist and as part of the music staff at the New York City Opera. Huang graduated from the Houston Grand Opera Studio and received a bachelor’s degree in piano performance from the Juilliard School and master’s from the Manhattan School of Music. As a pianist she has performed in recitals and chamber music concerts at such venues as Carnegie Hall, the Metropolitan Opera House, the Metropolitan Museum, the Supreme Court, La Scala in Milan, the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society Concerts, and the University of Chicago Presents series, to name a few. She has made recordings with tenor Nicholas Phan and others, and her 2011 album with PhanWinter Words, landed on several season’s best lists in New York and Boston, including that of The New York Times. Huang also accompanied mezzo-soprano Jennifer Rivera on Innocence / Experience, a recital of songs with texts by, among others, Garrison Keillor. Opera News praised her as “among the top accompanists of her generation.”

Double Bass

Matt Abramo

Timpanist

Jason Haaheim

Baritone

Hugh Russell

Percussion

Steven White

Clarinet

Afendi Yusuf