About our Clinician
Steven Huang has conducted orchestras and operas across the country and throughout the world. At the age of twenty-one, he served as Music Director of the Bach Society Orchestra of Harvard University, where he received his undergraduate degree. While at Harvard, Mr. Huang also directed the Lowell House Opera (the oldest continuously running opera company in New England), in a critically acclaimed production of Kurt Weill’s The Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny.
Mr. Huang has worked with musicians around the world, including California, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, Massachusetts, Ohio, Haiti, and Romania. He has held the position of Music Director of the University of Chicago Chamber Orchestra, the Central Illinois Youth Symphony, the Gilbert and Sullivan Players of Chicago, and the Bradley University Orchestra. In America, he has guest conducted professional ensembles such as the Illinois Symphony Orchestra, the Lake Shore Symphony (IL), and the Four Seasons Symphony (CA). Abroad, he has led the National Philharmonic and "Organ Hall" Chamber Orchestra of the Republic of Moldova; the Pitesti Philharmonic of Romania; the Tiraspol Philharmonic; the New Symphony Orchestra of Bulgaria; the Attergau Kultursommer Orchestra in Austria, where he conducted for their twentieth anniversary concert; the Jeunesses Musicales Festival Orchestra in Romania; and L’Orchestre Philharmonique de Sainte Trinité, Haiti, where he has volunteered since 2000.
Mr. Huang has served on faculty at Ohio University since 2004.
Dear Orchestra Parents and Guardians,
Day For Strings is an exciting biennial event which has been taking place since 2001. This year our guest clinician is Professor Steven Huang from Ohio University. Professor Huang will be working with our students to fine-tune and extend their expression in music that tells a story--our 2017 theme is Of Myth and Legend!
Attached is an important letter about the 2017 Day For Strings Festival. In it you will find information for you and your children about the events scheduled for Wednesday, November 1st. Please read it carefully: Day For Strings Letter 17.pdf
As you will read in the letter, there is a late-afternoon dress rehearsal for all string players grades 5 through 12 the day of the concert. Students are fed a pizza dinner between the rehearsal and concert. IF YOUR CHILD HAS A FOOD ALLERGY (or has another dietary need) please e-mail your director so we can make arrangements: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
And finally, please consider volunteering. Day For Strings is always an event to remember!