Tzuying Huang was appointed the Bass Clarinetist of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra in February of 2015 under music director David Robertson. Prior to joining the St. Louis Symphony, she was the Bass Clarinetist of the Kansas City Symphony. Ms. Huang has also performed with the Cleveland Orchestra, the Colorado Music Festival, and the Britt Music Festival, as well as participating as a Fellow at the Aspen Music Festival, the Tanglewood Music Festival, the Banff Music Festival, and the Young Artist Program of the National Arts Center in Ottawa, Canada.
Outside of North America, Tzuying Huang has performed in Shanghai, Beijing, Malaysia, Kazakhstan, and Singapore. Ms. Huang earned her Masters of Music Degree as well as a Performance Diploma from The Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University-Bloomington. She also pursued a Doctor of Musical Arts in Clarinet Performance at the University of Texas-Austin with a full scholarship, where she worked as a Clarinet Teaching Assistant to Dr. Nathan Williams. Her former teachers include Joaquin Valdepeñas, Burt Hara, Nathan Williams, James Campbell, Wei-Ling Chen and Pei-Lin Lee.