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Tang Pan-hang

  Pan-hang Tang obtained the Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree and the Master of Music degree in the Chinese University of Hong Kong, majoring in music composition with Prof. David Gwilt and Prof. Chan Wing-wah respectively. In 2010, under the guidance of Associate Professor Robin Stevens, Tang attained the Doctor of Philosophy degree in music education in Deakin University.

  Tang has been working as a full-time secondary and primary school teacher. He has also been a music tutor in the Hong Kong Institute of Education, where he taught trombone. He also taught HKCEE music in Centralised Scheme of Music Training for Senior Secondary School Students.

  Tang is now a member of the Hong Kong Composers’ Guild (HKCG), the Composers and Authors Society of Hong Kong (CASH), the Hong Kong Association for Music Educators (HAME), Gifted Education Council (GEC), and the Special Interest Group for Gifted Education, Creativity and Talent Development (SIGGECTD). He has been working with various performing groups, such as Ensemble Lumbricus, L’harmonie de bois, Moodywoody and St Mark’s Alumni Band, and composes and arranges music for them. Also, he is currently writing sacred music for the Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong.

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(Article updated on 19 November 2013)