Mark Huang joined the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra in the fall of 2003, appointed by music director Yuri Termirkanov. Mark is Yuri Termirkanov's only double-bass appointment in history in the United States.
Along with Charles Barr of the Cleveland Orchestra, Mark Huang is the last pupil of Roger Scott in Philadelphia's Curtis Institute of Music. Prior to joining the Baltimore Symphony, Mark was a member of the Nashville Symphony from 1998-2003.
A two-time recipient of the Aspen Music Festival fellowship award. Mark has performed at some of the most prestigious concert venues and music festivals around the world including Les Rencontres Musicales d'Evian France, New York's Carnegie Hall, national and international concert tours with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra at prominent music festivals and concert halls throughout Europe, United States and the UK with celebrated conductors and musical artists.
Mark is deeply grateful to all of his teachers and mentors from the American bass traditions of:
- Roger Scott of the Philadelphia Orchestra and Curtis Institute of Music
- Ralph Jones, Principal Bassist of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
- Professor Lawrence Hurst of Indiana University at Bloomington Indiana
Mark's love for Baltimore extends beyond the concert hall, you can find Mark assisting real estate clients with the sale and purchase of their beloved homes around the city and many counties throughout Maryland.