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  • November 5, 2017: Ssu-Yu's piano solo pieces "Yearning" and "Snow on the River" will be world-premiered by the British concert pianist Martin Jones at Jamestown, Rhode Island, with a new CD release "The American Music Series CD vol. 3" by MahinMedia.

  • October 28, 2017: The Alumni Concert, produced by Prof. Yann-Jong Hwang , will be held at the Tainan University of Technology. Ssu-Yu Huang's song cycle "A Praise to the Southern Island" includes 6 songs: 1) Gateway Through the Mirror, 2) Dreaming of My Mirror, 3) The Children in the Mirror, 4) Mist, 5) Golden River, 6) For My Hometown, with all lyrics by Xiang Yang except song no. 5 by Yaw-Chien Fang. The songs will be preformed by sophomore Prof. Giulia Kuo and accompanied by pianist Prof. Tina Shao. A CD entitled "Contemporary Art Songs in Taiwanese by Woman Composers" will be released.

  • August 17, 2017: Ssu-Yu Huang gave a talk entitled "About 'Knot' - the Commissioned Orchestra Piece for the 'Symphonic Taiwan' Project" at the 2017 Symposium for Music Creativity and Development, National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra, Wufeng, Taiwan.

  • May 26, 2017: Ssu-Yu's symphony orchestra piece "Knot" was world-premiered at Chung-Hsing Hall, Taichung, Taiwan, by the National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra, with Kai-Hsi Fan conducting; Another performance was at the Northern Miao-Li Art Center, Miao-Li, Taiwan, on May 27, 2017.

  • April, 2017: Ssu-Yu Huang was featured in "Music Browser" magazine of the National Taiwan Symphomy Orchester, vol. 181, interviewed by Ms. Jiaxin Lai.

  • April, 2017: Ssu-Yu Huang's symphony orchestra piece "Red Moon" was released in a Ablaze Records CD, performed by Brno Philharmonic Orchestra with Mikel Toms conducting.

  • March 28 & April 1,2017: Ssu-Yu's piano arrangement "Jasmine of June" was broadcast on Radio Taiwan International (Rti) channel Hakka DJ Bar, hosted by Ms. Min-Ying Wang.

  • Feb. 11, 2017: Ssu-Yu Huang's cello solo piece "Docking Overnight by Maple Bridge" was performed at the Verdant Vibes concert at Music Mansion, Providence, Rhode Island, performed by cellist Megan Koch.

  • Jan. 12, 2017: Ssu-Yu Huang was interviewed on the Radio Station FM 91.3 Bravo (National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra) by Mr. Yang Zhao.

  • Jan. 6, 2017: Ssu-Yu Huang was the featured composer on "Listening to Ladies".