Holly Hang

(she/ her)

NTT Instructor, Music

| hangh@wou.edu
APSC 232

At WOU since



Fitness, natural, make up, fashion

Fun fact

I am a cat lady and cerfidied Eilte trainer by ISSA.



Favorite book/movie

Up by Pixar, The midnight library by Matt Haig, The soloist by Steve Lopez, Speak by Tunde Oyeneyin.

Areas of responsibility



- Clarinet lessons 

- Collaborative piano 

- Woodwind Pedagogy class 


University of North Texas - Master of Music 

Clarinet performance and related field in collaborative piano 

Professional experience

Prof. Hang is known as an International clinician who works with the university around the world. In her home of Oregon, she has given masterclasses at Portland State University, the Oregon State University. Internationally, she has coached clarinetists at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, and The Buddy Clarinet Ensemble in Taipei, Taiwan. 

In the 2021- 2023 season, Prof. Hang serves as an acting 2nd clarinetist in the Oregon Mozart Players base in Eugene, Oregon. She often subs in the Eugene symphony and Oregon Symphony Orchestra. 

Holly is an active collaborative pianist throughout Oregon and Dallas/ Fort Worth. In the collaborative piano field, she accompanies the WOU musical production in 2022 and specializes in instrumental works.  

Prof. Hang is the Backun artist and plays on Lumière cocobolo clarinets. 



Awards and honors

2016 & 2018 - University of North Texas ClarEssentials workshop chamber music coach and collaborative pianist. 

2018 - Guest soloist with James Bowie High school Wind Ensemble in the Western International Band Clinic in Seattle, WA 

2019 - 30th annual Frances Walton Compeition winnter. 

2020 - Guest soloist with Lone Star Youth Winds at Moody Performance Hall in Dallas, Texas 


Professional memberships

- International Clarinet Association (ICA) 

- Oregon Music Education Association (OMEA) 

- National Association for Music Education (NAfME) 

- Musicians Union (AFM) Local 99

Did this faculty or staff member support your efforts to succeed? Give them a Student success shout-out.

arrow up