Violin / Viola
Juilliard School (BM)
New York University (Associate in Music Technology)
Violinist Andy Horng debuted with the New Haven Symphony Orchestra at Woolsey Hall, as the winner of the 1997 Young Artist competition. He has also performed with the Yale Philharmonic as a guest soloist, in part of the Young Rising Concert Artist Series. A highly recognized orchestral musician, Mr. Horng served as the principal violinist of 2003 Tangelwood Music Center Orchestra and 2005 International Sejong Soloists. Major competitions won and Accolades include the NHSO young artist, the Eastern Connecticut Symphony's Youth, the James Buswell Scholarship, Dorothy DeLay Fellowship, the Boston's Public Choice, the Artist International, the Concert Artist Guild, and the Sarãsate International Violin.
In 2000, Mr. Horng was invited as a guest second violinist in Tokyo String Quartet's fundraising concert series in aid of young musicians through outreach programs in New Haven, Connecticut. He has also been a frequent chamber musician with Kyung Yu of the Yale School of Music and the honorary string quartet of the New England Conservatory of Music. In summer of 2002, he participated in the Sarasota Music festival in collaborating with Josef Silverstein and James Buswell in chamber music gala series. Violinist Andy Horng has performed as soloist, recitalist, and chamber musician across the United States, Europe, and Asia.
Frequently giving solo recitals in Yale Sprague Hall and Brown Hall at New England Conservatory of Music, Mr. Horng schedules to give a recital this coming winter at the Alice Tully Hall of The Juilliard School. On top of his performing career, Mr. Horng has instructed young musicians from The Juilliard Pre-College, New England Conservatory Pre-College, Yale University’s youth project for underserved children in the local community.
Mr. Horng studied with Dorothy DeLay at The Juilliard School. Arriving at the United States from Taiwan at the age of eight, he has privately studied with Eric Freeman, Kyung Yu, and James Buswell at New England Conservatory of Music. He completed his Bachelors Degree at The Juilliard School with Naoko Tanaka.