Pianist Enoch Hsiao is the winner of the Pittsburgh Philharmonic’s Young Artist Concerto Competition. A North Allegheny Intermediate High School sophomore student, Hsiao studies piano privately. Additionally, he participates as an assistant concertmaster in the Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra. Currently, Marina Lupinacci and Rachel Stegeman teach Enoch piano and violin respectively ever since Enoch moved to Pittsburgh almost four years ago. Through their insightful and inspiring teaching, Enoch had learned much and gained great joy and confidence. Through his hard work and discipline, he had acquired multiple rewards as he won prizes in several piano competitions: 1st Place of Division 2 in Social Music Works 2014, as one of six winners of the Musical kids of WQED 2014, a Honorable mention of the 2014 international of Piano Competition at the Ithaca College School of Music, as one of the winners of Pittsburgh Concert Society 2015, and, 2nd place in the junior group of Duquesne Young Artist National Competition 2015, etc. Besides playing his instruments, he enjoys other activities such as watching sports, doing math, and hanging out with friends.
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