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Clarice Pang


Hong Kong-born clarinetist Clarice PANG was awarded the Music Dean Scholarship, Vivian N. Humphreys Bundy Scholarship, and Jacobs School of Music Scholarship to study at Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University Bloomington, where she completed her Bachelor’s Degree and Performer Diploma in Clarinet performance in 2019, under the tutelage of renowned Canadian clarinetist James Campbell, who has performed as soloist with over 60 orchestras, including London Symphony and Montreal Symphony.

She also received the Premiere Young Artist Award for her exemplary achievements in her Performer Diploma. Ms. Pang made her Carnegie Hall Debut as the winner of the third prize of the Concert Artist International Virtuoso Competition (Professional category) in March 2019 and won the Second Prize in the Golden Classical Music Award (Professional category) in 2018. Prior to her studies in the States, Pang studied with Mr. Ryan Poon. She was also a freelance Clarinet teacher and taught at several primary and secondary schools. Ms. Pang is a Licentiate of the Trinity College of London (LTCL).

Pang has performed in many cities, including New York, Salzburg, Beijing Shanghai, Bangkok, and Macao. She has performed with Hong Kong Youth Symphony Orchestra at the closing ceremony of the Shanghai Expo in 2010. In summer 2018, Ms. Pang was selected to attend and perform at the Mozarteum Summer Music Festival in Mozarteum University, Salzburg, Austria. Pang attended masterclasses by renowned clarinetists such as Eli Eban, Howard Klug, Steven Barta (Clarinet Principal of Baltimore Symphony Orchestra), Lorenzo Antonio Losco (Hong Kong Philharmonic), Daniel Silver (former Principal of Hong Kong Philharmonic), Andreas Schablas (University Mozarteum), as well as Guy Yehudi (Michigan State University). Pang also studied with Eric Hophrich in classical clarinet, specializing in the early stage of development of Clarinet as an instrument.

As a chamber music performer, Pang also has trained under bassoonists William Ludwig and Kathleen McLean, pianists Philip Lee and Sung-Mi Im, harpist Florence Sitruk, as well as collaborative pianist Anne Epperson and Chih-Yi Chen. She has performed with a number of orchestras, including Hong Kong Wind Philharmonic, Hong Kong Orchestra, Ensemble Traversée, Pro Arte Orchestra of Hong Kong, Ponte Singer and Orchestra and Macao Youth Orchestra.

Pang was the soloist for the annual concert of Fanling Lutheran Secondary School Symphonic Band at the Hong Kong City Hall’s Concert Hall with overwhelming response. As a keen educator, Pang studied Pedagogy with experienced pedagogue Howard Klug. The teacher of many award winning youths, Pang is invited to be a jury in Hong Kong Promotion of Performing Arts Association Music Competition (Clarinet
category) in 2023.

Clarice Pang
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