Born in Taiwan in 1991, Henry moved to the UK to study at the Yehudi Menuhin School with Lutsia Ibragimova, and with David Takeno at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, where he completed his Bachelors and Masters degrees with distinction. In 2017, Henry received an Artist Diploma from the Royal Academy of Music, where he specialised in Historically Informed Performance in the 18th and 19th century, under the guidance of Margaret Faultless, Pavlo Beznosiuk and Carole Cerasi.

He has also participated in masterclasses across Europe and in the UK with Robert Levin, Catherine Manson, Rachel Podger, Michael Frischenschlager, Ana Chumachenko, and with Ferenc Rados, Andras Keller, and Gerhard Schulz at IMS Prussia Cove.

Having developed a keen interest early on in Historical Performance, Henry first participated in the OAE (Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment) experience Scheme in 2011, and has since performed with many period ensembles in the UK, including the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Monteverdi Orchestras/Gardiner, Academy of Ancient Music, Brecon Baroque/Rachel Podger, Irish Baroque Orchestra, Ensemble Marsyas, Dunedin Consort, as well as future engagements with Ensemble Pygmalion in France.

A passionate chamber musician, Henry has appeared in festivals such as the City of London festival, BRQ Vantaa festival in Finland, the Lake District Summer music festival, Aldeburgh festival, HARMOS festival in Portugal and Prussia Cove ‘Open Chamber Music’, where he has partnered with distinguished musicians such as Thomas Riebl, Kim Kashkashian, Sayaka Shoji and Erich Höbarth.

Henry has also appeared as soloist/director with orchestras including the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Taipei Symphony Orchestra, National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra, London Mozart Players, the NSO Taiwan, the Reuleaux Ensemble, Orquesta Filharmonica de Sonora in Mexico. He is also the leader of Wond’rous Machine, a new, young, innovative period instrument orchestra based in London. He will be guest-leading Norrlandsoperan in Sweden for a new opera premier in March 2019.

Henry is especially grateful to have received the San Martino and the Regent Scholarship to support his studies at the Royal Academy of Music, and has been a recipient of many prizes including the Christopher Hogwood prize and the Mica Comberti Bach prize for his outstanding performance of a solo Bach work.