Isabelle Huang


Position: Adjunct Instructor (Percussion)
Phone: 419-372-9364
Address: 2010 Moore Musical Arts Center

As an active soloist and chamber musician, Isabelle Huang Streng (Izzy) is best known with her expressive and lyrical marimba playing. Her highlight of the past years including the percussion workshop with the Composer Fellowship Program of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the premier of Isabelle Dances by Steven Stucky at the 31st Annual New Music Festival at BGSU, and premiers of works by Mikel Kuehn, Catherine Likhuta, and Huan-Wei Lu. Izzy received her DMA in contemporary music in BGSU in December 2012, where she studied with Dr. Roger Schupp. Prior to her study at BGSU, she studied with Gordon Stout at Ithaca College for her M. M. and studied with members of Ju Percussion Group in Taiwan for her B. M. Izzy is an adjunct Assistant Professor of Percussion at BGSU. Izzy is also a member of Primary Colors Trio (with Dr. Jeff Heisler, saxophonist and Dr. I-Chen Yeh, pianist), and a member of Jazoe Duo, (with her husband Bobby Streng, saxophonist).