Del Mar Cultural Arts First Thursday

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Del Mar Cultural Arts was honored recently to have Judy Huang perform. Huang is a classical pianist  and has performed through out the U.S., Europe, and Asia as a soloist and chamber musician. She made her debut at Carnegie Hall in 2006, and revisited the stage in April 2006.  Huang received her BA, MM, and DMA degrees from UCLA. She has taught at UCLA, Los Angeles Valley College, and the International Institute for Young Musicians. Currently, she serves on the faculty of Orange County High School of the Arts. For more information go to www.delmarfoundation.org

Photos courtesy Tanys Evangelisti

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