Composer: Pan-hang Tang
BENJAMIN Ph.D., M.MUS (s.a.), 2012
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|TANG, PAN-HANG Ph.D (Deakin), M.MUS. (CUHK),
B.A. (Hons.), Cert. Ed. (HKIEd)
Dr. 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 trombone performance with Mr.
Joseph Kwok-kei Lee. Besides, he had studied conducting with Miss Wing-sze
Yip. In 2010, under the guidance of Associate Professor Robin Stevens and
Associate Professor Christopher Hickey, Pan attained the Doctor of
Philosophy degree in music education in Deakin University.
Pan is an experienced music teacher. He has been working as a full-time
secondary and primary school teacher for over 12 years. In 2002, under Pan's
guidance, twelve 11-year-old students wrote a 2-act operetta and performed
it in public. Apart from his full-time teaching experience, Pan has also
been working with different parties to provide music training courses. He is
a music tutor in the Hong Kong Institute of Education, where he teaches
trombone. During 2003 - 2010, he taught HKCEE music in a course offered by
EDB and HKIEd, called Centralised Scheme of Music Training for Senior
Secondary School Students. Besides teaching, Pan is a music composer,
orchestrator and conductor. He is a member of the Hong Kong Composers' Guild
(HKCG) and the Composers and Authors Society of Hong Kong (CASH). 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. Currently, he is the principal conductor of
Ensemble Lumbricus, Lumbricus J, and St. Mark's Alumni Band.
Research interests: 1) The role of information technology in music
composition education 2) Application of the whole-school approach to develop
students' aesthetic quality 3) Internet-based teaching and learning support
for music teachers and students 4) Music teacher education 5) Action
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