Contrabass Flute Instructor
A graduate of UCLA, William Hsu plays the flute, contrabass flute, piccolo, piano, saxophone, and clarinet. He is also a conductor.
He has received the Ebell music scholarship for Anaheim Union High School District, and played with various ensembles at UCLA. This includes playing keyboard for irl, and upper woodwinds for Seussical the Musical, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Titanic the Musical, Drowsy Chaperone, and assistant conducting for How to Succeed and conducting for Curtains: The Musical, as well as singing in the UCLA Gospel Choir, Taiwanese American Union Acapella, and playing flute, piccolo, and tuba for the UCLA Symphonic Band.
He currently actively plays contrabass flute with the Game Music Ensemble at UCLA, serves at Chinese Baptist Church of Orange County as a woodwinds specialist, french hornist, and musical director for the Instrumental Ensemble, choir member for the Christmas Choir. He is also an assistant conductor for the First Evangelical Community Church of Cerritos.
In April 2020, he coordinated 85 flutists (from piccolo all the way to double contrabass flute!) together to play William Tell Overture in order to bring some joy to people during the COVID-19 pandemic. Currently, he is working with the same musicians on creating another virtual flute ensemble performing Gustav Holst's Jupiter, Bringer of Jollity.