Haiyang Wang is a concert flutist, traverso performer, and music educator originally from China now living in Southern California. He is one of the founding members of G&W Music Studio and the Video Specialist at Ensemble 126. He is also an intern at Pacific Symphony where he assists with donor and audience communication, online content creation, and general administrative duties. His master’s degree in flute performance is from Florida State University, where he also served as a graduate teaching assistant. Haiyang also taught at a number of public secondary schools in Dallas, Texas and acquired his bachelor’s in flute performance from the University of North Texas. He previously attended the Shenyang Conservatory of Music on multiple scholarships from the age of thirteen. Baroque flute has been an extensive part of his study and has included solo, chamber music, concerto, and Baroque orchestra performances.
He has studied with Barthold Kuijken, Rachel Brown, Na’ama Lion, and Sandra Miller in early
music workshops and lessons. A highlight of his Baroque music experience was an original-
instrument performance in Dallas of J.S. Bach’s St. John Passion alongside other baroque
specialists as well as UNT faculty and student musicians. His principal teachers and mentors
include Eva Amsler, Karen Large, Terri Sundberg, Lee Lattimore, and James Scott.