Sheng-Ho Wang has been a graduate assistant at University of South Dakota since January 2018 and has served as concertmaster of the USD Symphony since August 2016. He has also served as assistant concertmaster and principal second for the USD Chamber Orchestra, and he taught violin and viola lessons for the upper strings studio, as needed, since January 2018. His teaching experience includes a five-student private studio in Vermillion since 2016 and leading sectionals for both USD Symphony and the USD Chamber Orchestra. He has been the concertmaster for the last two opera productions at USD, Die Fledermaus and The Consul. In April 2018, Wang was featured as a soloist with the USD Symphony with the Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto as one of the winners of the USD Concerto Competition.
Wang graduated in 2015 from the National Taiwan University with a degree in Music. He studied with Professor Ouyang Huigang. During his time at the university, Wang participated in many concerts including performances in the Zhongshan Hall, the National Concert Hall, and the New Taipei City Cultural Center. Wang’s future plans include participation in American music camps, a tour in California, and continuing his education by earning a Doctor of Musical Arts in violin performance.