Born in Taipei, Ann Huang received training in konghou (ancient Chinese harp) in Taipei Hwa Kang Arts School before turning to classical harp. She performed as a soloist with both Chinese and Western orchestras at music festivals in Taiwan. She joined Hong Kong Sinfonietta as Principal Harp upon her graduation from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts where she received a scholarship for her studies in harp performance.
Huang was Artist-in-Residence at RTHK Radio 4 and is now on the faculty of The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, The Chinese University of Hong Kong and Hong Kong Baptist University. In addition to her professional commitments as a performer, she also actively promotes harp music to the community and is currently the Music Director of Hong Kong Harp Chamber. She also has a great interest in rearrangements for the harp and her publications include a rearrangement of Saint-Saëns’ The Carnival of the Animals.click to download images