Pianist Quynh Nguyen was selected as one of the "19 young stars of tomorrow" by Musical America. The Boston Globe has praised Quynh as "a musical and expressive player who commands a flexible, singing sound" and went on to say that "she is sensitive and poetic…(and) excels in everything that requires elegance, proportion, balance…" For her Carnegie Hall performance, the New York Concert Review commends: "She is a real artist, a wonderfully communicative performer …What a compendium of intellect, sophistication and taste!"
Ms. Nguyen has performed extensively throughout the United States and Europe, including Hungary, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, and France. She has also distinguished herself as a prizewinner in various piano competitions such as the Artist International Presentation Competition, the Bellflower Orchestra Competition, the Artists of Tomorrow Competition of the Brentwood-Westwood Symphony Orchestra, and the International Piano Concerto Competition in San Francisco. She has performed as soloist with the San Francisco Concerto Orchestra, the Bellflower Orchestra, the Brentwood-Westwood Symphony Orchestra, the Hanoi Symphony Orchestra and the regional orchestra of Paris. In addition, she has been frequently featured on the radio as well as appearing on the television show "Grand Piano" and Vietnamese Television. Recently, her benefit concert at the Hanoi Grand Opera House to support the Hanoi Relief Association for Handicapped Children was televised and broadcasted nationally. She also appeared as a featured artist on Japanese Television Fujisankei show, Tokyo, Japan on April, 2007.