Dr. Charles Huang has concertized throughout North and South America, Brazil, Germany, and Asia. He has performed with the Miami String Quartet, the Annapolis Chamber Music Festival, the Hartford and New Haven Symphonies, and with soloists Humbert Lucarelli, Henrique Pinto, Angel Romero and others. A founding member of Oboe Duo Agosto, he is active in commissioning diverse new repertoire. Their project, Daughter of the Sea, composed by Andrea Clearfield and choreographed by Katie Stevinson-Nollet, features music, movement, and poetry, all performed by the duo.
Dr. Huang has been a Fulbright Scholar in Stuttgart, Germany, semi-finalist in the Concert Artists Guild International Competition, scholarship recipient to the Music Academy of the West and the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, and a winner of the Miami String Quartet Competition. He has recorded music by Phil Salathé, released by PARMA records, and Keith Kramer, on Navona Records and released by the Society of Composer’s Inc. He currently teaches at the Hartt School Community Division and at Smith, Mount Holyoke and Williams Colleges. As a clinician and performer, he has given masterclasses at the University of Michigan, Alabama, SUNY Purchase and Chiayi University in Taiwan. Dr. Huang has also been on the faculty of the Lucarelli Oboe Masterclass, and at Festival Eleazar de Carvalho in Fortaleza, Brazil. His teachers include Nancy Ambrose King, Humbert Lucarelli, Ray Still and Ingo Goritzki.